When unpicked vintage sashes, I Generally knows from end of textile about where made such as Nishi-jin weaving(西陣織）This sash case was unusual. The weaving style name was on the end of textile, On the opposite side of end, I saw 謹製Sincerely making 竹近右 person's name such as the above picture. It must be at least Meiji era.
The following purse were made with the above vintage kimono sash.
Can you see how different the outcomes!
The combination between textiles and colours. Simply enjoy with vintage kimono textiles
The following are patched works with same vintage kimono called TOMESODE(Lady's formal kimono).
A feature of TOMESODE is "do not have a repeating pattern".
TOMESODE has all different pattern on a whole kimono, part by part(actually bottom part of kimono).
It looks like a picture which show a Japanese traditional landscape with celebration symbols four seasons plants and birds(crane, peacock!).
The last kimono bag which was made with Tomesode patched was a customised bag. The kimono had a Lot's of stains and textile self was so thin silk.But beautifully upcycling! Thanks Kristine!