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Description

Our striking Noh Textile Earrings are based on the intricate gold leaf pattern from a nineteenth-century surihakua kimono-shaped robe patterned with metallic leafin the Museums collection. The surihaku textile for this robe was made by applying paste through stencils and pressing gold leaf onto the still-wet paste. The artful arrangement of the stencils yielded a fluid rhythmic pattern of water, water plants, and leaves.

18K gold overlay, with translucent enamel. Small: 1'' diam. Large: 1 1/4'' diam. Pierced, with gold- filled wires.

  • 18K gold overlay
  • Translucent enamel
  • Small: 1'' diam.large: 1 1/4'' diam.
  • Pierced
  • Gold-filled wires

Art History

Noh theater has been performed in Japan since the fourteenth century. Early Noh costumes paralleled the everyday wear of the samurai, until the fifteenth century, when certain garments arose specifically for the Noh stage. During the Edo period (16151868), the Tokugawa shogunate officially sponsored Noh, and feudal barons throughout the realm supported Noh troupes.

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Description

Our striking Noh Textile Earrings are based on the intricate gold leaf pattern from a nineteenth-century surihakua kimono-shaped robe patterned with metallic leafin the Museums collection. The surihaku textile for this robe was made by applying paste through stencils and pressing gold leaf onto the still-wet paste. The artful arrangement of the stencils yielded a fluid rhythmic pattern of water, water plants, and leaves.

18K gold overlay, with translucent enamel. Small: 1'' diam. Large: 1 1/4'' diam. Pierced, with gold- filled wires.





  • 18K gold overlay
  • Translucent enamel
  • Small: 1'' diam.large: 1 1/4'' diam.
  • Pierced
  • Gold-filled wires




Art History

Noh theater has been performed in Japan since the fourteenth century. Early Noh costumes paralleled the everyday wear of the samurai, until the fifteenth century, when certain garments arose specifically for the Noh stage. During the Edo period (16151868), the Tokugawa shogunate officially sponsored Noh, and feudal barons throughout the realm supported Noh troupes.


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