Woman’s round collar. 1644-1912. Qing dynasty, China. Silk, peacock feathers

Woman’s round collar. 1644-1912. Qing dynasty, China. Silk, peacock feathers

Qing Dynasty Collar (back), China. Embroidery Applique, knotting and jade. Via Deborah C's board Crafting Imagination.

Qing Dynasty Collar (back), China. Embroidery Applique, knotting and jade. Via Deborah C's board Crafting Imagination.

Empress Cixi’s Fan, embroidered silk and bamboo, late 18th-19th century (Qing Dynasty 1644-1911), China, Vatican Museums, Vatican City. Empress Dowager Cixi (1861-1908) is widely recognised as one of the most powerful women in the history of China.

Empress Cixi’s Fan, embroidered silk and bamboo, late 18th-19th century (Qing Dynasty 1644-1911), China, Vatican Museums, Vatican City. Empress Dowager Cixi (1861-1908) is widely recognised as one of the most powerful women in the history of China.

Object Name: 	Wedding Collar;   Place Made: 	Asia: East Asia, China;   Period: 	Mid to late 19th century;   Date: 	1850 - 1900  Materials: 	Silk; silk floss; metal sequin;   Techniques: 	Embroidered; satin stitch; Peking knot; brocaded

Object Name: Wedding Collar; Place Made: Asia: East Asia, China; Period: Mid to late 19th century; Date: 1850 - 1900 Materials: Silk; silk floss; metal sequin; Techniques: Embroidered; satin stitch; Peking knot; brocaded

Wedding Collar or Cape Yunnan, China. 19th century Silk embroidery on silk; tassels and metal ornaments. 51"x 48.“

Wedding Collar or Cape Yunnan, China. 19th century Silk embroidery on silk; tassels and metal ornaments. 51"x 48.“

China | Collection of gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hair ornaments; formed as hairpins and plaques, variously decorated with filigree and scrolling foliate arrangements, birds and shou characters | Qing Dynasty | 1'300£ ~ sold (May '15)

China | Collection of gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hair ornaments; formed as hairpins and plaques, variously decorated with filigree and scrolling foliate arrangements, birds and shou characters | Qing Dynasty | 1'300£ ~ sold (May '15)

Woman's domestic semi-formal coat (ao) | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Woman's domestic semi-formal coat (ao) | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

China - Beijing | Hair pin from the Han women; enamelled metal, gilded metal, pearls, precious and semi precious stones, kingfisher feathers, quartz and coral.  ca. 1949 or earlier. // ©Quai Branly Museum. 71.1949.31.4

China - Beijing | Hair pin from the Han women; enamelled metal, gilded metal, pearls, precious and semi precious stones, kingfisher feathers, quartz and coral. ca. 1949 or earlier. // ©Quai Branly Museum. 71.1949.31.4

A COLLECTION OF SMALL CHINESE GILT METAL AND KINGFISHER FEATHER APPLIQUES, QING DYNASTY (1644–1912), Variously formed as bats, birds, dragons, fish, insects and other creatures and decorated with feathers, small coral beads, pearls and coloured stones, 9cm max. (30)

A COLLECTION OF SMALL CHINESE GILT METAL AND KINGFISHER FEATHER APPLIQUES, QING DYNASTY (1644–1912), Variously formed as bats, birds, dragons, fish, insects and other creatures and decorated with feathers, small coral beads, pearls and coloured stones, 9cm max. (30)

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