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A FINELY EMBROIDERED BLUE SILK DRAGON ROBE
PROPERTY FROM THE FAMILY COLLECTION OF GENERAL JOSEPH W. STILWELL
A FINELY EMBROIDERED BLUE SILK DRAGON ROBE

LATE QING DYNASTY

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A FINELY EMBROIDERED BLUE SILK DRAGON ROBE
LATE QING DYNASTY
The vibrant blue ground is worked in couched gold and silver threads and satin stitch with five-clawed dragons confronting flaming pearls amidst bats holding double peaches and wan emblems and interspersed with shou characters. The terrestrial diagram and lishui stripe at the hem are tossed with auspicious emblems.
57 1/8 x 70 ¾ in. (145.2 x 179.5 cm.)
Provenance
The Collection of General Joseph W. Stilwell (1883-1946), acquired in the early twentieth century, and thence by descent within the family.

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