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Early 19th Century Framed Embroidered Picture

19th Century Embroidered Cotton/Silk Framed Picture. 21 cm x 16 cm frame in the original frame. The frame has been repainted in the past. The work does show age with some holes in the house area. A very naïve piece showing ladies washing in a river. Very early 19th century date. The item “Early 19th

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19th Century Chinese Embroidery Women’s Silk Garment Sleeves Pair

Antique Embroidered Pair Silk Sleeves Panels from Women’s Costume Robe 19th Century China. Set of TWO (2), I can separate. Features Phoenix, female energy and rebirth, and Longevity Peach for immortality. Gold thread outlines the designs. Very rich, beautiful colors and detail. Seed Stitch “Forbidden Stitch”. Fabric measures 27″ by 3.5″. Designs measure 20″ by

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ANTIQUE QI’ING 19TH c CHINESE EMBROIDERED SILK CIVIL RANK BADGE BIRD EMBROIDERY

ANTIQUE QI’ING 19th c CHINESE EMBROIDERED SILK CIVIL RANK BDGE WITH A BIRD! Beautiful antique end of the 19th century Qi’ing dynasty Chinese embroidered silk civil rank badge with a bird, back piece. Features finely embroidered bird standing on a rockery on one leg and surrounded with Buddhist auspicious symbols and clouds. Has stylized border

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19th Century ANTIQUE CHINESE CHINA EMBROIDERY SILK ROBE BLUE DRAGON

An embroidered dragon robe 19th century Of blue silk featuring eight gilt thread four-clawed dragons chasing flaming pearls, amongst clouds, bats, and further auspicious symbols, above crashing waves and a wide lishui border rendered in brilliant colours, edging bands in embroidered. Missing buttons , tear, faded in some area. 35 inch long, 64 inches width.

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Antique Chinese China Mandarin Qing Silk Embroidery Badge Rank Buzi 19th C

An antique original Chinese Mandarin. Embroidered silk badge (Buzi). Dimensions: 40 x 39 cm. Very good condition for its age. A Mandarin square (traditional Chinese: ; simplified Chinese: ; pinyin: bzi). Also known as a rank badge, was a large embroidered badge sewn onto the surcoat of an official in Imperial China. It was embroidered

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Rare 19th C Chinese gold metallic embroidery silk dragon motif panel 20 ½ x 32

Rare and amazing 19. C Chinese gold metallic embroidery silk dragon motif panel, In good antique condition. Some part silk is torn apart. See last 3 photos. A great collector piece. The item “Rare 19th C Chinese gold metallic embroidery silk dragon motif panel 20 ½ x 32″ is in sale since Tuesday, December 05,

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Antique Chinese China Buzi Qing Silk Embroidery Badge Rank Officer 19th C

An Antique Original Chinese Mandarin. Embroidered silk badge (Buzi) for officers. Gild and silver metal threads, Qing dynasty, China, 19th centur. Very good condition for its age. Dimensions of the square: 30.7 x 29.8 cm, frame: 41 x 40 cm. A Mandarin square (traditional Chinese: ; simplified Chinese: ; pinyin: bzi). Also known as a

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Antique 19th Century Silk Needlework Memoriam Memorial of Woman with Dog

This is a nice antique 19th century silk needlework memoriam memorial of a woman with a dog in a gold frame. In pretty nice shape as the pics show with their being some minor wear and the frame has imperfections throughout and it comes exactly as shown. The frame measures 14 1/4″ x 15 1/2″

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Antique Chinese Silk Tapestry Framed Under Glass 19th century Embroidery

Beautiful antique 19th century Chinese silk embroidery tapestry framed under glass. With three reserves of figures in traditional garments. Good condition consistent with age. Nice subtle color combination including blues, creams and browns. Measures 24″ x 7 1/8″ framed. Please view our other auctions for a companion piece if you can use a pair –

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Striking Antique 19th Century Embroidered Silk Textile Tt53

37 wide x 57 long. This is a very unique piece from at least the 19. Century which might have been used as a portiere or a curtain panel. It has been cut at the top and bottom but is hemmed on both sides with a homespun linen backing. It is completely hand made and

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