Here for sale is an Antique Chinese 17C Late Ming or Early Qing Yunjin brocade dragon panel. Woven by silk and gold thread in muted colours on a red ground with s scaly dragon chasing flaming pearl above a lishui band. This piece is a fragment of a. 17C(late Ming or early Qing dynasty).
Chaopao court dragon robe's's lower part. A dragon robe of red colour before 1800 is not usual as red was the favourite colour and symbol of Ming- the last ruling dynasty of Han Chinese so Manchurian nobles of Qing didn't like it in the early days of Qing dynasty. So it is very likely that was made in late Ming however there is.As this design(despite of its colour) was quite popular in early Qing dynasty so sell it as early Qing. It has been discovered in a Tibet monetary and was being kept at a Bavarian estate until recently. Check photos carefully for condition yourself as it is part of condition report. I can see these emblems. Waves and mountain hem (earth and water, the terrestrial world). Clouds with different colour (the celestial realm). Flaming pearl of wisdom (near dragons)Corals and other religions symbols. You can either keep it as a good example or frame it for display. Thank you for your understanding.
The item "Antique Chinese 17C Late Ming/Early Qing Yunjin brocade dragon panel" is in sale since Sunday, February 21, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Textiles". The seller is "theplanettraveler" and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.