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Silk China 19th
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"Silk China 19th"
BAND BLACK SILK EMBROIDERY NEEDLE DRAGONS. "The dragons are part of the founding myths of Chinese civilization .This creature was one of the symbols used by the emperors of almost all Chinese dynasties. All Chinese emperors reigned under the sign of the dragon, and they were even considered "Son of the Dragon" which received the "mandate of heaven." The "Pearl of the Dragon" also refers to the wisdom of the Emperor, the perfection of his thought and ordres.Les its parade of clothes emperors, like the walls of their palaces were abundantly decorated with dragon claws to 5 (high officials having to settle for 3 or 4 dragons claws), and it was not uncommon a rebel leader who could not be overcome by force receives a sumptuous dress embroidered oriental dragons at certain times, the clothes were decorated with a dragon imperial privilege;. a clothe without permission constituted an offense punishable by death. During the last period of the Qing Dynasty, the dragon was adopted as the emblem on the national flag ".Possibilité sending, careful packaging, by registered mail with insurance and no package for monitoring internet (shipping) .Magasin SAONE ANTIQUES 149 rue the lifting 01750 ST LAURENT SUR SAONE 500 meters MACON (71000) Open Tuesday to Saturday 10 am-12.30 am and 15 am-19: 30 pm. In the morning before the call Purchase and furniture restoration, 18-19-20ème objects, inheritance, sharing, estimation, storage etc ...
Price:160 €
Period:19th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Bon

Material : Soie
Length: 123
Height : 43
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