Japanese traditional comb, 1920's. Peacock in gold, raden flowers and coral flowers.
【桃】アンティーク髪飾り：白漆蒔絵りんどう花櫛笄（在銘） - ヤフオク!
Japanese comb decorated with impressive flower motifs. Mother-of-pearl and coral are inlaid or stuck in relief for a better effect.
Bekko kushi comb with inlaid mother-of-pearl and gold and coloured enamel. Very delicate motifs of rabbits, leaves and flowers. Meiji period (1868-1912) - Creative Museum
Oiran (花魁) - Oiran were the highest class of courtesans in Edo (now known as Tokyo). An oiran was valued not only for her beauty and charm, but also her wit, knowledge, and skill in traditional Japanese arts. Their dress often consisted of layers of ornate kimono and extremely elaborate hairstyles, with one distinguishing feature being an obi tied at the front of the body rather than at the back. Though there are no longer any oiran left in Japan because of laws.
Kushi - Floral Hair Comb. Carved, Hand-Painted and Maki-e Lacquered Wood. Edo Period.
Bekko kushi comb with inlaid mother-of-pearl and gold and coloured enamel. Very delicate motifs of rabbits, leaves and flowers.
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