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Set of three Kingfisher headdress ornaments with amber , , used by Manchu groups , Daghur , Khorchin and Tumet groups , Mongolian 19th c (collection of Linda Pastorino)

Qing court headdress “literacy”. These are examples of how the hairpin hairpins were worn by imperial and wealthy Manchu women during the Qing Dynasty.

A Kingfisher feather Headdress and Hairpins - China, Late Qing Dynasty

Headdress Ornament, 1800s-1900s China, Qing dynasty (1644-1912)

Peigne. Gaston Chopard bijoutier; Paris, 1902 (vers). Perles fines, émail, or, écaille - Les Arts Décoratifs

SEVEN PAIRS OF CHINESE GILT METAL AND KINGFISHER FEATHER EARRINGS QING DYNASTY Variously formed as fish, dragons, foliate arrangements and insects, decorated with pearls, coral, jadeite and other stones, one pair mounted with amber butterfly plaques, together with a single model of a grasshopper perched on a jardinière of flowers, 9cm max. (15) Provenance: a private collection, London. Cf. The National Palace Museum, Royal Style, Qing Dynasty and Western Court Jewelry, pp.136-137 for related…

Lucien Gaillard (1861-1933). Peigne Fleurs de prunellier. C. 1904. Corne teintée, or. Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France

China | Empress' festive headdress, phoenix design (dianzi) | 1875-1908 (Guangxu period). | Rattan strips, silk netting, kingfisher feather, pearls, gold, semi-precious stones | Victoria and Albert Museum, On loan from the Palace Museum, Beijing