19th Century Qing Chair Cover Embroidery Silk
ATTENTION CHINESE EMBROIDERY COLLECTORS!! It appears to be of Imperial quality. This Chinese Antique CHAIR COVER presents stunning embroidery techniques. It features one of the Taoist Immortals with their deer chewing a sacred fungus, flute, peaches and bats. All auspicious symbols in the Taoist believes. For embroidery lovers, please take your time and check all the stitches techniques applied on this single embroidery. Look carefully at the Immortal gown, the hairdo, expressive face, the eyes, the circle leaves on the tree, the deer spots, the gold thread clouds, the long flute, etc. It is an amazing piece of art. It measures approximately 60 in. Long X 17 in. Condition: The embroidery is in fantastic condition, considering its age and care given in the past. It is somewhat soiled, it has two small stains, as well as some holes in the black silk that border the embroidery frame. These holes do not affect the embroidery itself. Please look at the pictures carefully, as they are part of the description. Condition is only my opinion. Highly recommended embroidery for antique textile and Asian art collectors. Please check all my listings. The item “19th Century Qing Chair Cover Embroidery Silk” is in sale since Tuesday, March 14, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Robes & Textiles”. The seller is “inuitart58″ and is located in Miami, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Color: Beige
- Type: Kimonos, Robes & Textiles
- Primary Material: Silk & Fabric
- Age: 1850-1899
- Region of Origin: China
- Original/Reproduction: Original