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Women’s Formal Hat (Feng-Kuan). Mid 19th century. China. Wicker, velvet, kingfisher feather, semi-precious stones.

Women’s Formal Hat (Feng-Kuan) date: mid century medium: Wicker, velvet, kingfisher feather, semi-precious stones dimensions: 7 in. cm) (depth at crown) location: Asia, China

Luxurious gold, pearl and kingfisher coronet used by imperial family in Qing Dynasty. (Source: xinhuanet/photo)

(China) Luxurious Gold, Pearl & Kingfisher Coronet used by Imperial family in Qing dynasty, China.

This is pretty detailed hair pin with not only Kingfisher inlay but semi-precious stones as well as a some coral and white jade it looks like. Also Mid Qing. My guess is it’s a cricket cause a cicada would be fatter. But I’m no bugologist. Fine. Entomologist.

eastasianstudiestumbl: “ This is pretty detailed hair pin with not only Kingfisher inlay but semi-precious stones as well as a some coral and white jade it looks like. Also Mid Qing. My guess is it’s.

Chinese ornament featuring a phoenix, used like a brooch on a 'liang-patou' bow. Gilt metal with kingfisher feathers inlaid, embellished with imitation pearls and red beads. Qing dynasty (1644-1911). Width : 2 1/2 inch Height : 2 3/4 inch Depth : 1 1/4 inch

Chinese ornament featuring a phoenix, used like a brooch on a 'liang-patou' bow. Gilt metal with kingfisher feathers inlaid, embellished with imitation pearls and red beads.

Kingfisher inlay done in floral and sprays with various semi-precious stones and silk thread.Looks to be cinnabar with Kingfisher inlay. Mid to late Qing Dynasty.  #DecorativeChineseArt

Kingfisher inlay done in floral and insect sprays with various semi-precious stones and silk thread. One hair pin looks to be cinnabar with Kingfisher inlay. Mid to late Qing Dynasty.

A GILT-METAL, KINGFISHER FEATHER AND SILVERED GLASS BEAD MOUNTED HEAD-DRESS, QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY, probably used in Chinese Theatre, of tiara-like form, sprung with four butterflies across the crown, hung with glass beads, and tassled dragon motifs to either side

A GILT-METAL, KINGFISHER FEATHER AND SILVERED GLASS BEAD MOUNTED HEAD-DRESS, QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY, probably used in Chinese Theatre, of tiara-like form, sprung with four butterflies across the crown, hung with glass beads, and tassled dragon motifs to either side

Hair ornament with Kingfisher feather China - Qing Dynasty. The Gina Hellweger Collection.

Hair ornament with Kingfisher feather China - Qing Dynasty. The Gina Hellweger Collection.

China | The Phoenix Coronet, Empress's hair piece from the Ding Ling Tomb || Credit: Zhang Shui Cheng

China | The Phoenix Coronet, Empress's hair piece from the Ding Ling Tomb || Credit: Zhang Shui Cheng

Chinese wedding tiara. Early 20th century

Chinese wedding tiara Wedding tiara adorned with a multitude of happiness and longevity signs mounted on tremblant. The lower element is of silver, and features two embossed dragons; from the upper part emerge the eight immortals and three phoenixes.

Crown of Empress Dowager Xiaojing

Phoenix Crown of the Empress Dowager Xiaojing, titled Imperial Noble Consort Wensu, Ming dynasty.

imperial chinese head-dresses | Emperors, Imperial consorts and noble ladies often wear fantastical ...

COSTUMES – Toukui, the Headdress

imperial chinese head-dresses | Emperors, Imperial consorts and noble ladies often wear fantastical ...

Silver needle cases first appeared in China in the 1700's. Given the importance of embroidery, a silver needle case was often presented to a girl as part of her dowry.

Silver needle cases first appeared in China in the Given the importance of embroidery, a silver needle case was often presented to a girl as part of her dowry.

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