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Woman's Embroidered Ceremonial Robe (The Bat Medallion Robe), Qing dynasty (1644-1911), 18th c., China, silk and metallic thread on silk satin. "Less formal than a dragon robe, the ceremonial robe was worn by women for celebratory occasions, such as birthdays and anniversaries."
Woman's Embroidered Ceremonial Robe (The Bat Medallion Robe). Qing dynasty, 18th century, Silk and metallic thread on silk satin
18th Century Chinese Robe at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
18th century waistcoat
Robe Date: 19th century Culture: Chinese
The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1800–1943 Culture: Chinese Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. John Jay Whitehead, 1943
20th century Chinese Qipao // Medium: Light yellow silk, metal // Dimensions: Length: 59 1/2 in. (151.1 cm) // Credit Line: Gift of Mr. Alan L. Wolfe, 1961 // Accession Number: C.I.61.15.2
Date: late 18th century Culture: European Medium: silk
Robe, 19th century, Chinese, silk & metallic thread, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Silk and Cotton knit stockings from Massachusetts, late 18th century
Caraco, end of the 18th century. Blue changeable silk taffeta, brocaded. Musée Galliera's coll. © : K. Maucotel / Paris-Musées.
Wife of the Chinese Ambassador to the US, 1895. Inscribed on back “To Miss May H. Morgan, from her friend Mrs. Yang. Washington May 28th 1895”. Photo by C.W. Bell
19th Century Chinese robe