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With vivid embroidery pattern and delicate craftwork, our Timeless Qing Dynasty set features sky soaring with auspicious cranes, symbolic of longevity, all sumptuously hand-embroidered. Elegant early Qing dynasty attire Limited edition Exquisitely hand-crafted and hand-embroidered Hand-sewn cloud shoulder wrap with silver jewelry Pleated skirt with phoenix tail streamers A timeless style outfit for your wardrobe collection Full set includes 1 top, 1 skirt and 1 cloud shoulder wrap

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During the Ming and Qing dynasties, high-ranking Chinese officials didn’t need printed calling cards. They displayed their status with vibrant colors, gold threads, and animal patterns embroidered onto the surcoat. The particular animal or bird indicated the official's rank. These antique insignia have become collectors' items. You'll receive a heavyweight, giclée, acid-free print that's created to last for generations. The museum-quality paper works perfectly with large, full-color images. The lightly-textured, matte finish captures fine lines and subtle colors, resulting in stunning works of art (without unwanted reflections) • Printed using eco-friendly, water-based inks• FSC approved or sustainably-sourced paper• Frame and matting isn't included. Print only.• Shipped in a damage-proof artwork tube. • Premium-quality (200gsm) giclée, acid-free paper➤ DIGITAL-RESTORATION ARTWe specialize in digital recreations of vintage sacred and surreal art. Each work is a handmade digital restoration of the original image, not a pixellated copy of an Internet image that some other vendors may sell. We provide high-quality, clean digital restorations — true to the original — with great attention to detail.

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Chinese Cinnabar Large Mirror.Antique Chinese cinnabar carved jade hand mirror Qing Dynasty.Approximate Measurements: Length: 8.2" Diameter: 4"

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Talons are closely connected to Chinese noble class habit of keeping long fingernails. The oldest golden talons date as far back to Han Dynasty, however the ones in our collection are from Qing Dynasty. In Chinese ancient agriculture society, women from upper-class were not encouraged to work or go outside, unlike those from working-class or peasant families, so they decided to keep long fingernails to show their noble status. Besides many domestic literatures also described and encouraged the white long fingernails. These qing dynasty antique nail guards shown are cast in silver and are offered in a variety of shapes and sizes. The tags on the products are from export in the 1970s. Small size guards are 1-2" in length, medium size guards are 2-3" in length and the large size guards measure more than 3" in length. 

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A beautiful antique Chinese Qing Dynasty five panel folding screen. This 19th century painted and lacquered coromandel screen features a charming courtyard and landscape design on a black background. This screen has a rich gilded red patina on the front scene and Chinese writing on the back with a red border across the top and bottom. *Era: Antique *Material: Wood/Lacquer *Size: 100"(L) x 1“(D) x 80"(H) *Color: Black/Multi *Condition: Wear consistent with age & use, blemishes and imperfections will be present. These are not to be consider defects but rather part of its character & historical value. Shows chips and some paint missing. Found in Luoyang ( Requires White Glove Service) **Please bear in mind that colors of products shown may vary slightly from their original color due to monitor display settings or photography studio lighting.

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This is a handmade Chinese accent decorative box made of wood and finished with a distressed yellow base color. The surface is a colorful graphic of Qing Dynasty style motifs. It is a production with Qing empire palace artwork inspiration and similarity. Dimensions: w10" x 10"x h4" Origin:      China Material:   Wood Condition: Handmade, rustic vintage finish USA domestic continental buyers of 48 states pay $29.95 shipping (buyers of Hawaii, Alaska, US Islands, Florida Keywest, and Canada pays the extra shipping cost). Insurance and handling charges are already included in the shipping cost. In store pick up is highly welcomed if you are in San Francisco Bay Area. (No charge)

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These are a reproduction of Chinese Copper Coins in the last dynasty of the Chinese monarchy, the Qing or Ching Dynasty before it collapsed in 1911. The Qing Dynasty lasted about 300 years, had 11 emperors and some of these coins date back to as far back as the 1600s. This purchase is for a lot of 50 coins. This is perfect for coin collectors and also jewelers who use these coins to make jewelry like necklaces. Measurements: approx 1" Diameter Period: Reproduction Material: Copper Origin: China

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In the late Qing dynasty (1644-1911) a Chinese merchant named Huang built a house he called Yin Yu Tang in a remote village in Huizhou in China's Anhui Province. For seven generations, members of the Huang family ate, slept, laughed, cried, married, and gave birth in the house. By the mid-1990s, the surviving family members had moved away, but in 1997 the house was dismantled and re-erected permanently at the Peabody Essex Museum.Yin Yu Tang provides a fascinating, in-depth look at Chinese domestic culture, architecture, craftsmanship, history, and the impact of these influences on individual lives. PEM curator Nancy Berliner, one of the country's foremost experts on Chinese furniture and arts, takes the reader on a tour of this unique homestead providing detail on Yin Yu Tang's architecture, construction methods, decoration, furniture, and family heirlooms. She weaves a story of Chinese domestic life, culture, and the remarkable restoration and reconstruction. --- SKU# 24983 Softcover: 192 pages, full-color photos, maps, charts, and architectural drawings. Pub. Date: 2004

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This is a handmade Qing dynasty-style porcelain plate with white base color and mixed color Chinese Dragon graphic. It is not only a collectible decorative piece, but it is also used as a Fengshui piece with its meaningful graphic.Dimensions: Dia 8" x h2.25" Origin: China Material: Porcelain Condition: Handmade, precise hand-drawn graphic, vintage style finish USA domestic continental buyers of 48 states pay $24.95 shipping (buyers of Hawaii, Alaska, US Islands, Florida Keywest, and Canada pays the extra shipping cost). Insurance and handling charges are already included in the shipping cost. In store pick up is highly welcomed if you are in San Francisco Bay Area. (No charge)

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Chinese Qianlong Qing Silk Embroidery Badge Rank Kesi Purse A pair of rare antique 18th century, China Qing Dynasty man's pouch purse in excellent condition.

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