Antique Japanese Boys Silk Kimono by Jia Na in Museum Plexiglass Display Box, COA
A lovely collection of antique textile rarities from the “Nature Collection by Jia Na” unveiled at the October Grand Opening at High Point Market. Each of these original creations carry Jia Na’s personal trademark. Traditionally Boy’s Day Kimonos were worn by Japanese boys during Boy’s Day Festivals. The hand-painted designs usually represent good fortune, prosperity and unity for the entire family. Professionally museum mounted in Jia Na’s graceful presentation hanging on a shirred rod on a cream silk background. Displayed in a beautiful hanging Plexiglas box. Comes with COA shown in last picture.
Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to purchase this rare find for a fraction of its estimated value!