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A small number of Chinese textiles were based on European “bizarre” silk designs. This example combines a sophisticated mélange of lush flora and fantastic architectural features—elements that periodically appeared in European silks from about 1695 to 1720. The gilt-paper-wrapped thread woven into the fabric is uniquely Chinese, but the cloth’s narrow loom width is the same as that of many eighteenth-century European dress silks.

Silk satin, brocaded, gilt and silver - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Helen and Alice Colburn Fund

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Chinese ancient clothing Costume tang dynasty train tang costume female princess queen high stand collar-inChinese Folk Dance from Apparel & Accessories on Aliexpress.com | Alibaba Group

Chinese ancient clothing Costume tang dynasty train tang costume female princess queen high stand collar-inChinese Folk Dance from Apparel & Accessories on Aliexpress.com | Alibaba Group

Embroidered Qing dynasty Chinese coin purse by BluePearEmporium

Qing Dynasty - Chinese Coin Purse - Fine Embroidery - Peking Stitch - Ivory Silk - Blue Border

Embroidered Qing dynasty Chinese coin purse - Peking Stitch - Ivory Silk with Blue Borders

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