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Classifications: Textiles and Clothing

Classifications: Textiles and Clothing
Lined robe
Japanese
early 20th century
89.155
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th century
91.221
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th century
91.224
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th century
91.230
textile fragment
Japanese
19th century
91.232
textile fragment
Japanese
19th century
91.233
textile fragment
Japanese
19th century
91.234
Kimono
Japanese
20th century
84.17
Okinawan kimono
Japanese
19th century
89.101
Okinawan wrapping cloth
Japanese
19th - 20th century
2001.478
Fragment of Okinawan kimono
Japanese
19th century
2001.516
Okinawan child's kimono
Japanese
late 19th century
2001.517
Okinawan kimono
Japanese
early 20th century
2001.524
Okinawan kimono
Japanese
19th century
2001.525
Okinawan kimono
Japanese
late 19th - early 20th century
2001.562
Okinawan kimono
Japanese
late 19th - early 20th century
2001.563
Okinawan child's kimono
Japanese
late 19th - early 20th century
2001.565
Woman's kosode-style kimono
Japanese
early 20th Century
99.26
Kimono
Japanese
19th century
92.55
Okinawan kimono
Japanese
late 19th - early 20th century
2001.614
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th-20th century
91.220
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th-20th century
91.222
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th-20th century
91.223
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th-20th century
91.225
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th-20th century
91.226
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th-20th century
91.227
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th-20th century
91.228
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th-20th century
91.229
Textile fragment
Japanese
19th-20th century
91.231
Furoshiki
Japanese
19th century
90.30
Unlined robe
Japanese
late 19th - early 20th century
89.98
Okinawan kimono
Japanese
19th-20th century
2001.437
Ryukyuan:  tanashi or n'chanashi
Japanese
early - mid 19th century
94.76
Unlined robe
Japanese
late 19th - early 20th century
89.100
Unlined robe
Japanese
late 19th - 20th century
89.102
Lined over-robe
Japanese
19th century
89.141
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.