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Fine Antique Chinese Qing Qi Pao Silk Embroidery Robe Jacket Art Flowers WOW

Looks complete and in fantastic condition – very minor stains but doesnt seem to have any losses or tears. Inside and outside are immaculately clean and well-preserved. Barely even any creases in this wonderful antique Chinese work of art! From the top of the collar to the bottom of the robe, it measures 30.5 inches

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Thrift Vlog Haul Highlight 100 Chinese Embroidered Silk Robe

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Precious Uzbek National Navy Velvet Gold Silk Robe Men’s Chapan, New, Never Worn

This Robe was made by Jewish artist in Bukhara-City, Uzbekistan. Beautiful handmade robe, a lot of Gold ornaments and very well made. The item “PRECIOUS UZBEK NATIONAL NAVY VELVET GOLD SILK ROBE MEN’S CHAPAN, NEW, NEVER WORN” is in sale since Wednesday, December 13, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Linens & Textiles (Pre-1930)\Embroidery”.

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Antique Chinese Silk Embroidery Robe Embroidered Forbidden Peking Knot Qing Coat

Collectors will recognize this style. Big Embroidered Bats and Peonies done entirely in Forbidden Knot. 100% Silk Satin Embroidered Robe. Exquisite Light Yellow Silk Satin Forbidden Stitch Peking Knot Embroidered Peony Sleeve bands Difficult to photograph there are a lot of shadows and light differences in the pictures Wonderfully done embroidery done by a master

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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 100 Boys Silk Embroidery Robe Panel Sleeve Embroidered

Vintage Chinese embroidered sleeve or robe panel with 100 faces or boys, probably early 20th century. Some items we offer have age and wear, this wear due to age may include breaks, repairs, repainting, or restoration, we try to call this damage as well as possible but please refer to the photography for a full

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Museum Quality Antique 18th Century Chinese Silk Embroidery & Robe Wood Mirror

The most amazing Chinese silk textile embroidery decorated with birds of paradise with micro needle workmanship. The silk is so finely made it looks like a painting. The silk is the background of the Rose wood mirror which is on a large auspicious cloud base. The silk is antique possibly 18th Century or early 19th

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Antique Chinese Silk Embroidery Robe Qing All Embroidered Peking Forbidden Knot

Antique Chinese Late Qing Dynasty 19th century Gorgeous Turquoise Aqua Light Blue Shiny Silk Fabric Pure Silk. High Luster Completely done in Forbidden Peking Knot Embroidery. The embroidery is Incredible! The robe is entirely Peking Knot Forbidden stitch with Women and Men Girls and Boys in a pastoral Garden Scenes. Fish, Lily Pads, Leaves, Cherry

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Gorgeous Antique Black Silk Embroidery Chinese Robe Dragons Bats Flaming Pearls

Gorgeous Antique Black Silk Embroidery Chinese Robe Dragons Bats Flaming Pearls. I know enough to know that this is a very nice robe. The embroidery is done with a metal thread that has tarnished. Leads me to think the thread is silver because of the color of the tarnishing but I could be wrong and

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Antique Chinese Silk Embroidery Forbidden Stitches Collar Robe Elements

ANTIQUE CHINESE EMBROIDERED FORBIDDEN STITCHES COLLAR WITH A DIFFERENT BIRDS ON LANDSCAPE AND FLOWERS.. 23.5″ x 19.5″ FRAMED WITH GLASS. 16″ X 14″ EMBROIDERY. The item “ANTIQUE CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERY FORBIDDEN STITCHES COLLAR ROBE ELEMENTS” is in sale since Friday, April 01, 2016. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Robes & Textiles”. The seller

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