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A Hmong silver headdress is carefully adjusted.

A Hmong silver headdress is carefully adjusted.

Miao silver headdress,China Miao headdress that usually comes with matching silver hairpins depicting embossed flowers and birds set on trem...

Miao silver headdress,China Miao headdress that usually comes with matching silver hairpins depicting embossed flowers and birds set on trem.

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Antique Chinese Vermeil Silver Hair Pin with Blue King Fisher Feathers

Gilt-silver adornment of headdress inlaid with pearls and precious stones - China culture AD 1636 - 1912, 15 x 14 cm, Lingzhi was called "immortal grass" in ancient times and the combination of lingzhi and peach-shaped flowers symbolizes "a group of immortals offering birthday wishes". Ornaments like this are designed for placing on top of a headdress, and this one used to be worn by the Qing-Dynasty empress or concubines.

Gilt-silver adornment of headdress inlaid with pearls and precious stones - China culture AD 1636 - 1912

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Girls of the Miao ethnic group wearing silver ornaments are seen during celebrations of the Lusheng Festival in Gulong Town of Huangping County in Miao-Dong Autonomous Prefecture of Qiandongnan, southwest China's Guizhou Province,

Headdress Ornament, 1800s-1900s China, Qing dynasty (1644-1912)

China, Qing dynasty gilt copper-silver alloy decorated with kingfisher feathers and glass beads, Overall: w.

花旦 Chinese theatre

History 京劇/京剧, or, as it’s known to the west, “Beijing Opera” (I refuse to…

[Model in Chinese Headdress and Costume from the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art]  George Hoyningen-Huene  (American (born Russia), St. Petersburg 1900–1968 Los Angeles, California)

[Model in Chinese Headdress and Costume from the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art] George Hoyningen-Huene (American (born Russia), St.

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Ceremonial Headdress likely worn by the Empress Dowager Cixi, of the Manchu Yehnara clan. The small phoenixes emerging from the surface represent the Empress

Ceremonial headdress likely worn by the Empress Dowager Cixi (慈禧太后) November 1835 – 15 November of the Manchu Yehenara clan. The small phoenixes emerging from the surface represent the empress. The Walters Art Museum.

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