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China | Collection of gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hairpins; variously formed as insects, bats, birds, flowers and shou characters, some decorated with small pearls and coloured stones, 17.5cm max | Qing Dynasty | 2'600£ ~ sold (May '15)

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The kind of hair ornaments that the Empress and concubines would wear. Qing Dynasty kingfisher feather hairpin. Made in the 19th century

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China | Collection of gilt metal and Kingfisher feather appliques; formed as flowerheads and butterflies, mounted with coloured cabochons and other stones, 9.2cm max | Qing Dynasty | 4'000£ ~ sold (May '15)

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Blossoms Hair Fork, metal hair pin, hammered copper, floral, flower, hair accessories, hair comb, hair clip, hair stick, long hair, Asian

Blossoms Hair Fork metal hair pin hammered by TempestMoonStudio More

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Rare tinted photos documenting Japanese life in 1865 to go on display

Striking: A photo showing a woman combing her hair taken by Felice Beato between 1863 and ...

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China | Seven gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hair ornaments; three formed as hairpins, decorated with flower designs and bats encircling a shou character, three as plaques, each with a crane in flight upon cloud scrolls, and a band with seven cranes amongst scrolling foliage | Qing Dynasty | 3'400£ ~ sold (May '15)

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. In the Ming Dynasty, these headdresses were worn by empresses and imperial concubines. In the Qing Dynasty, they were worn by civilian women during the wedding ceremony. Here are Eric’s three Kingfisher Phoenix Coronets from the Late Qing Dynasty.

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Está espectacular la blusa me encanta su cabello aunque soy de Venezuela me fasina su estilo

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Reason number 798 why i wish I was asian so I could rock these awesome hair styles!  ancient chinese hair styles

Reason number 798 why i wish I was asian so I could rock these awesome hair styles! ancient chinese hair styles

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Japanese Kushi Comb Celluloid Hair Comb

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