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An embroidered silk collar and streamers Late Qing dynasty

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An embroidered silk collar and streamers Late Qing dynasty Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Chinese Embroidery, Chinese Style, Chinese Art, Textiles, Collor, Folk Costume, Men's Costumes

An embroidered silk collar and streamers Late Qing dynasty

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Rosewood Chrysanthemum Theme Handmade Damascus Steel Qing Dynasty Chinese Swords

* Key features: real chinese swords, qing dynasty, damascus steel, handmade, full tang, sharpened, blade polished, rosewood scabbard, premium fittings * Made with highest grade damascus carbon steel and has high performance hardness and flexibility * Expertly hand forged by seasoned sword-smiths using advanced techniques honed over centuries * Rosewood scabbard, fully handmade premium alloy fittings * Overall length: 99cm, handle length: 23cm, blade length: 71cm, blade material: damascus…

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Handmade Chinese Qing Dynasty King Sword With Red Wooden Scabbard

Handmade Chinese Qing Dynasty King Sword With Red Wooden Scabbard

* Dynasty : Tang * Overall Length : 46 inches * Blade Length : 27.5 inches * Handle Length : 17.7 inches * Blade Sharp : Yes * Blade Material : Damascus * Weight : 5 lb * Special Process : -

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Ming Dynasty Art Porcellaneous stoneware wine-jar of guan form, with ovoid body and gilt copper-bound mouth rim. Inscription on the shoulder. Late Ming to Early Qing circa Courtesy of The British Museum. Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Kintsugi, Sculptures Céramiques, Chinese Ceramics, Objet D'art, British Museum, Stoneware

Wine jar with turquoise glaze and gilt copper-bound mouth rim (Ming to Qing Dynasty, c. 1600-1700), Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province

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