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Chinese embroidered Civil 4th Rank Badge

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 1218241 (stock# TC509)

Chinese embroidered Civil 4th Rank Badge
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This antique Chinese civil rank badge has the golden goose representing 4th rank. Embroidered using brick stitch this badge is has a fret background,key border and is decorated with bats, turtles and flowers. Curiously the sun is missing but the badge is old and still has the remnants of a few threads which were used to sew it to the front of the robe. The badge has traditional blue silk lining and is in excellent condition. This badge was brought back from China by Rebecca Cloud-Stewart Mi ...click for details


Antique Chinese Qing Dynasty Woman's Cloud Collar

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1910   item# 1203147 (stock# TC218)

Antique Chinese Qing Dynasty Woman's Cloud Collar
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In China, collars where made separately from the robe or garment. As such, the so-called cloud collars were used much like a necklace, allowing a single collar to be worn over various robes. This is a traditional Han Chinese style collar dates to the Qing dynasty period. The background fabric is white silk, bordered with black rolled trim. The collar is very finely embroidered with silk thread using predominately the satin embroidery stitch. Additional gold threads are used in a couching embroid ...click for details


Chinese Minority crotchless child's embroidered Pants

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1940   item# 1177935 (stock# EMT160)

Chinese  Minority crotchless child's embroidered Pants
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This toddler's pants were used by successive siblings and probably several generations of Chinese Miao ethnic minority children. The pants are of handwoven indigo dyed fabric and the legs are decorated with handwoven tape which is sewn into place by hand. The pants are crotchless, which was typical attire for very young children throughout old China.


Ethnic Minority Chinese Miao woman's embroidered vest

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 1162629 (stock# EMT157)

Ethnic Minority Chinese Miao woman's embroidered vest
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This traditional embroidered vest was made and worn by the woman of the Miao minority culture living in the Ge Jia region of China generations ago. The textile fabric was hand woven with a specific thread count to allow for the geometric embroidery pattern which was added later.


Chinese Yi Ethnic Minority Embroidered Jacket Yunnan

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1930   item# 1157248 (stock# EMT154)

Chinese Yi Ethnic Minority Embroidered Jacket Yunnan
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This Chinese Jacket from Yunnan Province, was part of the traditional Yi Ethnic Minory costume. Approx 70 years old this textile is handwoven from indigenous plant fiber. The fibers are supposed to "last forever" so jacket will "never show used"...The thread used for hand embroidery (mostly using cross stitch technique) appears to be cotton. Jacket would be worn open, the silver buttons are intended for decoration only. I also have the matching pants for the jacket, which ...click for details


Chinese Yi Ethnic Minority young girls jacket

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 1132971 (stock# EMT150)

Chinese Yi Ethnic Minority young girls jacket
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This was the traditional jacket used by girls of the Yi Chinese ethnic Minority. Girls wore this style until they were married. This garment is small and was most likely worn by a child between 7-10 years old. It is sun faded and has an area of small drip stains on the lower back and is otherwise in good condition...No rips, no tears...2 traditional silver buttons


Antique Chinese silk embroidered short jacket

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1900   item# 1084348 (stock# TC363)

Antique Chinese silk embroidered short jacket
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This short Chinese womans silk jacket has some of the finest embroidery I have seen on any Chinese textile. Heavy use of tiny peking knots, aka mythical forbidden stitch, on the body of the garment along with gold thread couching, silk thread satin stitch, and enameled buttons...all wonderful. Unfortunately, the original sleeve panels were removed and the jacket was relined with a synthetic fabric...the relining was done in China before I bought it, but this is such an exceptional garment that ...click for details


Silk embroidered rondel from 19th Cent Chinese Robe

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1900   item# 1074240 (stock# TC353)

Silk embroidered rondel from 19th Cent Chinese Robe
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Lovely silk embroidered rondel cut from an antique 19th century Chinese robe. Intricate satin stitch depict 2 figures in the center surrounded by gold bouillon tread used for couching background. Diameter is approximately 8.75 inches ...Piece is in very good condition...no rips no tears


Traditional Afghanistan Pakistan silk embroidered Robe

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Central Asian: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 1029349 (stock# ZMisc153)

Traditional Afghanistan Pakistan silk embroidered Robe
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This is an vintage traditional garment worn as a coat or outer robe by the indigenous peoples of Afghanistan and Pakistan. The inner lining is bright light weight silk and the outer garment is a very tightly woven heavier weight slightly ribbed silk. The garment is detailed with hand embroidery or crochet around the side pockets, cuffs, and hem. Fits a small or mid sized female, and is in excellent condition.


Uzbekistan quilted silk Ikat Robe

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Middle Eastern: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 1013427 (stock# Misc151)

Uzbekistan quilted silk Ikat Robe
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This is a traditional style full length silk robe from Uzbekistan. The pattern was made using an ikat dye technique, and the robe is padded and machine quilted. Excellent condition, shows very little wear...stunning


Childs Antique Tibetan robe festival back accessory

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Indian Subcontinent: Himalayas: Pre 1910   item# 1012290 (stock# T151)

Childs Antique Tibetan robe festival back accessory
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Originally part of a full sized Tibetan adult costume, this piece was cut down to complete a childs festival costume. Decorated with turquoise, coins, tassels and silver ornaments, this type of textile accessory would often be attached to the elaborate headdress or hat and drape down the back to complete the wearers costume. The Tibetan people are not wastefull and items of festival garments in any condition are hard to acquire. I have had it hanging on my wall for a number of years. Today, ...click for details


Chinese Ethnic Minority Miao Batik Embroidered Jacket

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1930   item# 1010283 (stock# EMT139)

Chinese Ethnic Minority Miao Batik Embroidered Jacket
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This jacket top was the traditional hand made costume worn by the woman of the White Collar Miao, They are one of China's tribal ethnic minority groups who live in the Dan Zhai. Jacket would have been worn for festival. It was made from indigenous plant fibers which were hand loomed, using indigo and batik dye process and detail with embroidered trim. Wonderful display and can be viewed from both the front and back


Antique Chinese Qing dynasty Han style silk Robe

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1910   item# 920237 (stock# TC280)

Antique Chinese Qing dynasty Han style silk Robe
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This Chinese silk robe is detailed with silk ribbon trim and the sleeve panels have a floral design made using rolled metalic threads and couching embroidery technique.


Antique Chinese Small Childs Embroidered Silk Jacket

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1910   item# 918607 (stock# TC279)

Antique Chinese Small Childs Embroidered Silk Jacket
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This small silk jacket was made and worn by the child of a wealthy traditional Han Chinese family. The dark blue silk fabric is embroidered on the front and back with a floral arrangement. There are additional decorative elements of tassels and border trim. The jacket spans 15 inches across the chest.

The jacket is in very good condition with only a slightly visible stain on the front embroidery, which would be expec ...click for details


Vintage Chinese Yi Ethnic Minority young womans Jacket

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Pre 1950   item# 918056 (stock# ZEMT134)

Vintage Chinese Yi Ethnic Minority young womans Jacket
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This was a traditional Jacket worn by the Yi woman of marriageable age in Yunnan Province. The background fabric is made from home grown, and home spun cotton which was indigo dyed. The jacket is elaborately decorated with additional bands of woven fabric, silk ribbon and embroidery using cotton thread. The sleeve length comes just below the elbows to allow for the woman to show off her many silver bracelets. This sleeve length is typical of Miao, Yi and Dong Chinese ethnic minority groups. ...click for details

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