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An Extremely Rare And Fine Gold Thread 'Eight Emblems' Ceremonial Surcoat, Ma…

An Extremely Rare And Fine Gold Thread 'Eight Emblems' Ceremonial Surcoat, Ma…

Theater Robe for Actor, 18th century  Culture: China  Medium: Patterned silks, satin embroidered in silks, gold-wrapped silks applique on satin

Theater Robe for Actor, 18th century Culture: China Medium: Patterned silks, satin embroidered in silks, gold-wrapped silks applique on satin

Kosode, By Hoitsu Sakai

Kosode, By Hoitsu Sakai

Jacket for a Theatrical Costume Period: Qing dynasty (1644–1911) Date: 18th century Culture: China Medium: Silk embroidery on silk satin damask; bands: silk and metallic-thread embroidery on silk satin Accession Number: 1978.257

Jacket for a Theatrical Costume Period: Qing dynasty (1644–1911) Date: 18th century Culture: China Medium: Silk embroidery on silk satin damask; bands: silk and metallic-thread embroidery on silk satin Accession Number: 1978.257

Kimono 着物

Kimono 着物

Qing dynasty clothing - a jacket for Halmeoni?

Qing dynasty clothing - a jacket for Halmeoni?

#kimono

#kimono

Woman's domestic semi-formal coat (ao)      Chinese (Han), Qing dynasty, 1870–80       China Dimensions     95 x 141.3 cm (37 3/8 x 55 5/8 in.) Medium or Technique     Silk plain weave (crepe) resist-dyed with overdrawn details, silk embroidery; metal buttons

Woman's domestic semi-formal coat (ao) Chinese (Han), Qing dynasty, 1870–80 China Dimensions 95 x 141.3 cm (37 3/8 x 55 5/8 in.) Medium or Technique Silk plain weave (crepe) resist-dyed with overdrawn details, silk embroidery; metal buttons

Kimono of Edo period (19th century), Japan

Kimono of Edo period (19th century), Japan

Empress' informal robe with flower and butterfly design, Guangxu reign period (1875-1908), © The Palace Museum, Beijing. Although empresses did not usually come into contact with foreigners, ladies inside the Forbidden City, would have seen pictures of European people. This robe has a much slimmer cut than the standard loose-fitting robes, and was probably inspired by European fashion.

Empress' informal robe with flower and butterfly design, Guangxu reign period (1875-1908), © The Palace Museum, Beijing. Although empresses did not usually come into contact with foreigners, ladies inside the Forbidden City, would have seen pictures of European people. This robe has a much slimmer cut than the standard loose-fitting robes, and was probably inspired by European fashion.

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