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Woman's dress of woven white cotton cloth embroidered with brown thread in motifs of floral scrolls, birds and calligraphy Eastern Iranian world, 8th century AH/14th century AD 130 cm long; 47 cm wide at waist Inv. No: LNS 1096 T

Woman's dress of woven white cotton cloth embroidered with brown thread in motifs of floral scrolls, birds and calligraphy Eastern Iranian world, century century AD 130 cm long; 47 cm wide at waist Inv.

Edge silk brocade gown Level two relics  Times element  number one  texture silk  red color  Size (cm) Length: 114 Width: Bust: 53 through sleeve: 164  Description This piece gown shape right of junction, cross collar, narrow sleeves, the whole gown with brown silk as the main fabric, cuffs and collar are decorated with brocade edge. This dress collection from Qinghai folk.

Edge silk brocade gown Level two relics Times element number one texture silk…

A rare Longquan celadon carved jar and cover, Yuan dynasty, 14th century;

A rare Longquan celadon carved jar and cover, Yuan dynasty, century;

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This textile is split stitched silk on plain weave, made in the century in either Iran, Afghanistan or China. Detail of the boar's head roundel- The textile is by The textile has boa.

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Mongol cloth of gold silk and metal thread robe, Central Asia, late or century

Yuan Dynasty. Robe with 'braided” (Bian Xian) waist. Silk and metallic thread lampas (nasij) with silk and metallic thread samite underflap. This robe—with a flaring skirt, fitted sleeves, and a wide waistband with simulated braiding—represents the signature garment of Mongol men. This example is an early piece; later examples feature fine pleats beneath the entire waistband. 142 X 246 cm. Excavated at Mingshuicun, Damao Banner, Baotou, Inner Mongolia. Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region…

Yuan Dynasty. Robe with 'braided” (Bian Xian) waist. Silk and metallic thread lampas (nasij) with silk and metallic thread samite underflap. This robe—with a flaring skirt, fitted sleeves, and a wide waistband with simulated braiding—represents the signature garment of Mongol men. This example is an early piece; later examples feature fine pleats beneath the entire waistband. 142 X 246 cm. Excavated at Mingshuicun, Damao Banner, Baotou, Inner Mongolia. Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region…

A Mongol 'Cloth of Gold' silk and metal thread robe, Central Asia, late 13th or 14th century

A Mongol 'Cloth of Gold' silk and metal thread robe, Central Asia, late or century - Alain.

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