China | Pair of nail covers in gilt-washed metal mounted with colored glass and jade cabochons separated by tiny flowers covered in kingfisher feathers. | Late Qing Dynasty | Sold

Pair of nail covers in gilt-washed metal mounted with colored glass and jade cabochons separated by tiny flowers covered in kingfisher feathers, late Qing Dynasty, China

These are the different ways the women painted their lips. The last two is the Qing Dynasty, and as you can see they are very unique deisgns.

From Han dynasty to Qing dynasty- different types of painted lips, Chinese fashion history tips. Star wars used one of the styles for princess Amidala

Vase  Period: Qing dynasty (1644–1911) Date: 18th century Culture: China Medium: Cloisonné enamel

Vase Period: Qing dynasty Date: century Culture: China Medium…

Tapestry-woven (kesi) silk and metallic thread woman's sleeveless jacket, late 19th–early 20th century China  #art #textile #butterflies

m-memeng: “ Woman’s sleeveless jacket with butterflies (detail), late century China Tapestry-woven (kesi) silk and metallic thread ”

China | Collection of gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hair ornaments; formed as single and double pronged hairpins, four earpick-hairpins, one formed as a pagoda containing a seated figure, the others with foliate designs, insects and birds | Qing Dynasty | 2'800£ ~ sold (May '15)

Stunning collection of hairpins from the Quing Dynasty: one formed as a pagoda containing a seated figure, the others depicting flowers, insects and birds.

Lot | Sotheby's. A PORTRAIT OF A BEAUTY QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY. Height 27 in., 68.6 cm; Width 19 1/2  in., 49.5 cm Estimation 200,000 — 300,000 USD.

In the style of Lang Shining (Giuseppe Castiglione), The Fragrant Concubine Italy/China: Qing Dynasty, Century. Oil on paper, framed; 27 by 19 ½ in. photo: Sotheby’s.

Rank Badge with Wild Goose Period: Qing dynasty (1644–1911) Date: 18th century Culture: China Medium: Silk and metallic thread embroidery on silk satin

Rank Badge with Wild Goose Period: Qing dynasty Date: century Culture: China Medium: Silk and metallic thread embroidery on silk satin

Qing dynasty (Late 19th century) Han Woman's domestic semi-formal coat (ao). Chinese (Han),

fashionsfromhistory: “ Han Woman’s Domestic Semi-Formal Coat (ao) Late Century Qing Dynasty MFA ”

Qing dynasty cloisonné vase.

In Eastern art, as far as mythical creatures go, the dragon still attracts the most attention. Most likely because it is revered for its courage, inspiration, creativity and luck.

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