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For Sale: Group Orgy With Seven Aristocratic Couples

For Sale: Group Orgy With Seven Aristocratic Couples

Later this week we’ll be adding some new shunga pieces including a long fold-out piece.  This scene is divided over 8 pages and features a group orgy involving seven couples of aristocratic heritage. A lot of attention has been given to the various hair-styles, diadems and headdresses. The design is attributed to Koikawa Shozan (1831-1907).

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Group orgy‘ (c.1830s) attributed to Koikawa Shozan

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Princess Cut

The above female has a Hime cut (Hime katto) hairstyle, also called ‘the princess cut’ that was fashionable among the women at the imperial court.

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Eboshi

The male wetting his fingers is wearing an eboshi. Initially a headdress worn to indicate a man who was just beyond his adolescence, but often worn by Shinto priests (shinshoku) during ritual ceremonies.

First Flower

The female on the right sporting the gigantic hair ornaments (front comb with hair-pins) is an oiran, the geisha with the highest status. They were also called ‘first flower’ a poetic reference to their exalted status within society at the time.

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Chonmage

The young nobleman on the above left  has covered the top of his head with a blue brimless cap and has his hair in the traditional chonmage-style.

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Kariginu Sugata

The male on the above left wears a head-dress named Kariginu sugata, which indicates that he is a nobleman. The woman on the right sports a male hat called tate-eboshi.

The price on the site will be Euro 750,- but if you decide to purchase this week (ends October 15th) we can offer it for Euro 600,-…!!!

Click HERE for an exciting journey featuring three shipwrecked sailors and their sensual encounters with the insatiable female on the Island of Women..!!

More shunga for sale at our sales section…!!

 

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2 thoughts on “For Sale: Group Orgy With Seven Aristocratic Couples


By Peter on 8 October 2018

I admire your knowledge of the detail in the pictures.


By Marijn on 8 October 2018

Thanks a lot Peter…really appreciated!

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