Vintage tin with image of a Japanese woman wearing a kimonoSKU: BT-3897-22
Vintage tin with image of a Japanese woman wearing a kimono
- Manufacturer: unknown
- Manufacture date: 1960s - 1970s
Rectangular tin with a hinged lid. The decoration of this tin consists of a dark yellow background with stylized Japanese flowers. On the lid, in an oval template, there is an image of a young lady in a kimono walking in a Japanese garden.
There is a key lock on the front of this tin. Unfortunately, the tin no longer has a key.
This tin is in a vintage condition with various traces of use and age-related traces of wear. The bottom of this tin probably used to have square feet, these are no longer present. Photos are part of the description.
- Height: 8 cm.
- Length: 22 cm.
- Width: 14 cm.
The kimono is a traditional Japanese garment. Kimono was basically derived from the Chinese hanfu of the Wu region in Jiangnan, China. Kimono ("object that is worn") means garment and has come to denote these full-length, usually robes. The standard English plural is kimonos, but the unmarked Japanese plural kimono is also used. Kimonos are often worn for important festivals or formal occasions as formal clothing.
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Country of origin
Kind of object
Tin - packaging -Japanese - kimono
A young lady in a kimono in a Japanese garden
Tin - metal - paint
1960s - 1970s
Vintage with traces of use and wear
Parcelpost with track & trace