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ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE


ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE
ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE
ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE
ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE
ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE
ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE
ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE
ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE
ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE
ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE
ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE
ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE

ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE   ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE

AUTHENTIC ANTIQUE LATE QING DYNASTY CHINA CHINESE ASIAN CEREMONIAL ROBE w/ EMBROIDERED SHINING MAN SUN FACE. The unusual ceremonial silk robe presented herewith is a good example. With in particular, its absolutely rarified incorporation of the'Smiling Man. Promenately embroidered and displayed at the bottom of the body of this fine robe on. This special robe measures a very long 58" inches with a shoulder spanning seam to seam at 21".

The width at the bottom hem of the robe measures 37 across as shown. At one point at the left arm is a small tear in need of a repair and also. A tear is found in a similar spot of the right arm as shown.

One of the two sleeve areas as shown in one of the photos has had a small silk patch repair. Which is an old repair. The collar shows wear and discoloration of inner cloth lining.

Shows as having been sewed by hand. As also other areas of the garment exhibit as well. The floral motifs and elaborate embroidery consists of machine embroidery. Was first invented and introduced in 1828.

Early 20 years before the first sewing. Machine was patented by Isaac Singer in 1846, Frenchman Josue Heilmann invented. A mechanical machine that produced hand embroidery.

The behemoth could do the work of. Heilmanns embroidery machine consisted of a frame to hold the fabric, a needle assembly. And a handle to work the needle. Instead of taking the needle to the fabric, fabric moved to.

Meet the needle, which had a point at each end and an eye in the middle. Allowed stitching in any direction. Then came the shuttle embroidery machine. The beginnings of shuttle embroidery dates back to the 1860's when Isaak Groebli, from St. Gallen, Switzerland, was inspired by the work produced on the sewing machine and by what. Heilmann method was able to produce.

By the 1870's there were fourteen companies manufacturing embroidery machines in. Switzerland manufacturing hand loom embroidery machines. It too was by the 1870's.

That the Chinese began to machine embroider their fancy robes. And we would date this robe to be from this era. Wear is and occasional discoloration of silk is consistent with age and use. As they are part of the description.

No smells or any odors in fabric or silk. More recently in 2020 even more. The item "ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE" is in sale since Wednesday, December 30, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Robes & Textiles". The seller is "artsandsciences" and is located in Atlanta, Georgia.

This item can be shipped worldwide.
  1. Region of Origin: China
  2. Age: 1850-1899
  3. Primary Material: Silk & Fabric
  4. Maker: Unknown
  5. Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  6. Color: Multi-Color

ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE   ANTIQUE Late QING DYNASTY CHINESE China CEREMONIAL ROBE with SUN FACE