AN IVORY SILK GAUZE ROBE
The transparent fabric woven with a pattern of stylized clouds, wan emblems, and terrestrial diagrams, edged in black at the neck, with ma ti xiu 'horsehoof cuffs' and black button loops
53¾in. (136.5 cm.) long
Compare a similar 18th century ivory silk gauze robe, suitable for informal warm weather wear, illustrated in Zhang Hongxing, The Qianlong Emperor: Treasures from the Forbidden City, National Museums of Scotland, 2002, p. 36, no. 13.