Qing Dynasty Dress and Costumes
A collection of Chinese Imperial Era dress from the Qing Dynasty. The clothing, uniforms, or daily mufti of the masses, and or costumes inspired from those days; worn by the emperor down to the peasant, and everything in between.
Ma gua, imperial riding concubine's jacket, 1875-1908, Guangxu period. Green satin with woven pattern, sable and lace. Lenght 80cm and width 125 cm. This jacket had three different borders one made of fur, one made of satin and one made of lace that wasn't a chinese technique but was introduced by catholic nuns in the late 19th century.