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19th century Chinese Women's Robe // Medium: silk, metal // Dimensions: Length: 42 in. (106.7 cm) // Credit Line: Bequest of Ruth Shaefer Emery (Nancy E. Bakst, Executor), 1982 // Accession Number: 1982.255.2

Robe, 19th century, Chinese, silk & metallic thread, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Two silk dresses, one with floral embroidery and one red-ground with gold dragons, China, Qing Dynasty, 19th century

A silk dress red-ground with gold dragons, China, Qing Dynasty, 19th century

China, embroidered blue silk coat, 19th c

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.

Emperor's winter court robe. 1662-1722 (Kangxi period) Blue satin with woven pattern, brown sable. Length150 cm x width 208 cm. On loan from the Palace Museum, Beijing © The Palace Museum, Beijing

Woman's informal robe with butterflies, Qing dynasty (1644–1911), late 19th–early 20th century China Embroidered silk satin

Court Robe, 19th C.

A fine silk gauze robe chaofu (Festive robe) with dragon roundels and dragon embroidery, China, Qing dynasty. Photo Nagel Auktionen