Silver obidome, ca 1930. An obidome is a decorative attachment on the cord that a woman uses to tie the obi (sash) closed. The obi is large and heavy around the kimono, so the cord is essential. This cheerful silver piece has been fashioned as a small bell and thread ball (temari).
Age: Showa Period ca 1930
Size: 1/2" x 1-3/4" x 1-1/4"