Fabric Brocade / Kimekomi etc

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KokeshiCoinBank  Fabric Brocade  Fabric Brocade  Sayonara Fabric Brocade Ningyo 
Fabric Brocade  Sayonara Okinawa Ningyo  This Sayonara Kokeshi is dressed in traditional Bon-Odori festival dresswear.  Kimono Kokeshi  Mixed Media Fabric /wood  Kimono Kokeshi  Mixed Media Fabric /wood 
Kimono Kokeshi  Kokeshi wearing a bright silk pink furisode kimono. With rounded edges along the sleeve, (considered a sign of youthfulness) and a high worn Obi on the body that is lined with a row of exquisitely made cloth camellia flowers. The back has a beautifully placed masubi (obi knot) in red & gold fabric. These kimono's are usually worn at the coming of age (20 years old)  Kimono Kokeshi  Kokeshi wearing a bright silk pink furisode kimono. There are beautiful navy blue mums and pinkish camellia's throughout the kimono. The sleeves have rounded edges and are long, (considered a sign of youthfulness). She sports a high worn Obi on the body that is lined with a row of exquisitely made cloth camellia flowers. The back has a beautifully placed masubi (obi knot) in a deep red tone with bright accents of gold. These kimono's are usually worn at the coming of age (20 years old). An elegantly made Kokeshi.  Kimono Kokeshi  Dressed in a satin pale pink furisode kimono with a string of red camellia delicately placed above the obi.  A traditional depiction of an unwed young lady.  Hakata Fukuoka Souvenir 
Kimekomi  Purple Kimono KimeKomi  Purple Kimono KimeKomi  Red Kimono KimeKomi  This lovely Kokeshi was fashioned after another Japanese doll craft, KimeKomi.  Fabric is tucked and glued into grooves carved into the body form. Thanks to Jessica Costantino for helping me identify the style of this Kokeshi. 
Blue Kimono KimeKomi  This lovely Kokeshi was fashioned after another Japanese doll craft, KimeKomi.  Fabric is tucked and glued into grooves carved into the body form. Thanks to Jessica Costantino for helping me identify the style of this Kokeshi.