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.:. Dish with Emperor’s Qianlong’s Inscription 1774  Chinese, Qing dynasty, Qianlong period  (1736–1795) red lacquer

.:. Dish with Emperor’s Qianlong’s Inscription 1774 Chinese, Qing dynasty, Qianlong period (1736–1795) red lacquer

From Han dynasty to Qing dynasty- different types of painted lips, Chinese…

From Han dynasty to Qing dynasty- different types of painted lips, Chinese…

Porcellaneous stoneware wine-jar of guan form, with ovoid body and gilt copper-bound mouth rim. Finely crazed turquoise glaze. Inscription on the shoulder. Late Ming to Early Qing circa 1600-1700. Courtesy of The British Museum.

Porcellaneous stoneware wine-jar of guan form, with ovoid body and gilt copper-bound mouth rim. Finely crazed turquoise glaze. Inscription on the shoulder. Late Ming to Early Qing circa 1600-1700. Courtesy of The British Museum.

China | Thirteen gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hairpins; variously formed, one as a bat with a shou character to its back and a tassel of twin fish and cash, another a vase with lotus emerging from it, the remainder formed as fruits and flowers, 19cm max | Qing Dynasty | 2'800£ ~ sold (May '15)

China | Thirteen gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hairpins; variously formed, one as a bat with a shou character to its back and a tassel of twin fish and cash, another a vase with lotus emerging from it, the remainder formed as fruits and flowers, 19cm max | Qing Dynasty | 2'800£ ~ sold (May '15)

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)

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)

Evolution of Chinese Clothing and Cheongsam/Qipao by lilsuika.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Evolution of Chinese Clothing and Cheongsam/Qipao by lilsuika.deviantart.com on @deviantART

China | Seven pairs of gilt metal and Kingfisher feather earrings; 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, 9 cm max. | Qing Dynasty | 2'600£ ~ sold (May '15)

China | Seven pairs of gilt metal and Kingfisher feather earrings; 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, 9 cm max. | Qing Dynasty | 2'600£ ~ sold (May '15)

Chinese kingfisher feather hairpin. China has been using blue kingfisher feathers in hairpins as fine art and decoration for 2,000 years

Chinese kingfisher feather hairpin. China has been using blue kingfisher feathers in hairpins as fine art and decoration for 2,000 years

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

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

Empress Wan Jung (1906-1946), also known as Empress Wan Rong, Empress Xiao Ke Min and Empress Elizabeth, was the last Empress of China.

Empress Wan Jung (1906-1946), also known as Empress Wan Rong, Empress Xiao Ke Min and Empress Elizabeth, was the last Empress of China.

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