Hair Combs: China, Mongolia, Tibet, Nepal, Central Asia
Yuan dynasty (1271-1368), Mongol noblewoman's boghtaq headdress. China Silk Museum
China Silk, Headdress China, Mongolian Steppes Stans, 1256 1335 Il Khanid, Boghtaq Headdress, Il Khanid Persia
Enameled and silver hair stick Manchu early 20th c (archives sold Singkiang) collection Truus and Joost Daalder
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A superb hair ornament, made of silver and rich yet subtle enamelling. Chinese, probably 19th c. Bought from Linda Pastorino. Collection Joost and Truus Daalder.
Enamelled silver pin probably 19th century....@ethnicjewelry&adornment
Pearl Crown, 18th Century Tibet, from the exhibit "Tibet: Treasures from the Roof of the World," Tibet Museum, Lhasa
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18th century, Tibet, crown richly inlaid with soft water pearls and turquoise, private collection
King Songtsen Gambo - Pearl crown 18th century Tibet
Pearl Crown, 18th century, Tibet Museum, Lhasa, Tibet
China | Pale Celadon jade hairpin; carved with a tapering reticulated panel depicting figures amidst scrolling lotus flowers, the tassel formed from pearls, red and coral-coloured beads, a small jade butterfly, and a small jade plaque carved with a two character mark which reads tian fu, 20.5cm | Late Qing Dynasty | 1'000£ ~ sold (May '15)
Jade Hairpin, Lotus Flowers, Pearls Red, Celadon Jade, Chinese Hairpin, China Hairstyles, China Art
China | Pale Celadon jade hairpin; carved with a tapering reticulated panel depicting figures amidst scrolling lotus flowers, the tassel formed from pearls, red and coral-colored beads, a small jade butterfly, and a small jade plaque carved with a two character mark which reads tian fu, 20.5cm | Late Qing Dynasty
China | Pale Celadon jade hairpin
Pearl And Ruby Hairpin Ming Dynasty 16th Century www.ollemans.com
Antique Jewellery, Hairpin Ming, Divine Hairpins, Art, Hairpins Combs, Chinese Hairpin, Hair Combs
Pearl And Ruby Hairpin Ming Dynasty 16th Century www.ollemans.com SOLD
A Yellow Gold and Jadeite Hair Ornament, Late Qing Dynasty, containing an oval cabochon saddle cut mottled green jade measuring approximately 31.50 x 23.00 x 4.80 mm and two oval cabochon cut green jade measuring approximately 19.00 x 10.50 x 4.40 mm within an open wirework rope texture foliate motif surround. Stamp: 14K (maker's mark).
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China(?), 5 five fine brass / jade hair pins : Yes Chinese Jadeite pins for men and women
Antique Hair, Chinese Hairstyles, Green, Chinese Hair Sticks, Chinese Hair Comb, Hair Accessories, Combs Hair, Chinese Hair Pins
China, 5 five fine brass / jade hair pins : Yes Chinese Jadeite pins for men and women
China(?), 5 five fine brass / jade hair pins :
China, 5 five fine brass / jade hair pins.
Brass & Jade hair pins -China. Amazing
China, fine brass / jade hair pins
Brass & Jade Hair Pins from China
Brass & Jade hair pins -China
Chinese Jadeite pins
Headdress of hardstone jade and amber with kingfisher , late Ming period , Manchuria Mongolia, China Archives sold Singkiang
Antique Chinese Jades, China Archives
China or Mongolia - woman's headdress, ca.19th century - jade, amber, coral, kingfisher feathers
19th c Alashan Mongol woman's head piece.
Jewelry Mongolia, Alashan Mongol, Mongolia Tibet, Woman S Headdress, 4Done Ethnic, Headdress Plaque
Woman’s Coronot (Hwagwan) Medium: Paper, silk, gem stones, plastic Dates: 19th century Dynasty: Joseon dynasty Dimensions: 2 15/16 x 3 9/16 in. (7.5 x 9 cm) Tteoljam: 3 15/16 in. (10 cm)
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Woman’s Coronet (Hwagwan) : Paper, silk, gem stones.19th century Dynasty: Joseon dynasty #KoreanTextiles
Woman’s Coronot (Hwagwan) Medium: Paper, silk, gem stones, plastic Dates: 19th century Dynasty: Joseon dynasty Dimensions: 2 15/1...
Non-Western Historical Fashion - Woman’s Coronot (Hwagwan) Medium: Paper, silk,...
Manchu married women would arrange their hair into a bun, with a silver Bianfang (an ornamental stick) thrust in it, called "Gaoliangtou" (sorghum-shaped hairstyle). The most typical one is the "Liangbatou": tying the hair on the top of the head, plaiting it into a shape of swallowtail, letting the long hair hang on the back neck, and putting a fan-shaped hair coronet on it. This hairstyle is called "Qitou" (hair of the Manchu nobility) or "Jingtou" (hair of the capital).
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"Golden head" of the Manchurian women in ancient China
Imperial Crown of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), found in tomb of the Wanli emperor (1572-1620, 万暦帝) Beijing Museum
Central Asia, 1620 万暦帝, Crowns Tiaras, China
he crown is mainly made of wood and pine strips It is decorated with colorful jade beads on nine lines. This crown was made according to the rank of Duke in Ming institutions. It is an important object. History of the Object The grave of Lu Zhu Tan (1370-1389) was discovered in 1970. Zhu Tan belonged to the Imperial Family for the early Ming Dynasty; he was the tenth son of Emperor Hongwu, founder of the Ming dynasty. More than 2000 objects were found at the grave site.