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Sydney Quilt Show Best of Show 2012:  Long Fong (Chinese Dragon & Phoenix) by Ming Hsu

Best of show at nsw quilt show by Long Fong (Chinese Dragon & Phoenix) by Ming Hsu

These are some different designs of the Chinese double happiness symbol. It is a must at Chinese weddings! We would want this in some form decorating the reception hall and if possible on the bags at the candy bar!

These are some different designs of the Chinese double happiness symbol. It is a must at Chinese weddings! We would want this in some form decorating the reception hall and if possible on the bags at the candy bar!

Chinese Textile Auction | Dragon Robe | Skinner Auctioneers & Appraisers | Skinner Auctioneers

This Chinese textile auction in Boston on April 2013 features dragon robes from China, silks, and costumes from the Qing dynasty.

Chinese) Embroidered Panel 1700s-1800s Embroidery, silk and gold threadchinese painting 1700s - Google Search

Unknown (Chinese) Embroidered Panel Embroidery, silk and gold thread The Cleveland Museum of Art

An imperial dragon insignia designed to be worn on a men’s surcoat during the Late Qing Dynasty, circa 1875-1900, is part of “Threads of Heaven” (pun intended, we hope!). The exhibition, opening Sunday at the Denver Art Museum, features the spectacular clothing and accessories worn toward the end of China’s last empire.

Become captivated by a selection of exquisitely embellished robes, accessories, and textiles. Threads of Heaven illustrates the court and culture of the Qing dynasty and the final days of empire in China through more than 80 dazzling pieces.

A yellow silk brocade 'dragon' robe, probably 19th century, with the twelve symbols of imperial sovereignty comprising the sun, moon, constellations, mountains, the axe head, fu symbol, fire, grain, seaweed, dragons and pheasants all stitched in as later additions and with further alterations to the robe, with gold wire dragons interspersed with bats and ruyi clouds

Lot: A yellow silk brocade 'dragon' robe, probably Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Dreweatts Donnington Priory, Auction: Chinese Ceramics and Asian Works of Art, Date: November 2015 UTC

Badge (Lizi) of the Imperial Prince with Dragon | LACMA Collections; China, late Ming dynasty (1368-1644), mid-17th century Jewelry and Adornments; badges Silk satin with silk and metallic thread embroidery Diameter: 11 3/4 in. (29.85 cm)

China Badge (Lizi) of the Imperial Prince with Dragon, late Ming dynasty century Textile; Rank Badge, Silk satin with silk and metallic thread embroidery, Diameter: 11 in.

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