AN EMBROIDERED AND COUCHED GOLD RANK BADGE OF A SILVER PHEASANT, BUZI
PROPERTY FROM THE DAVID HUGUS COLLECTION
AN EMBROIDERED AND COUCHED GOLD RANK BADGE OF A SILVER PHEASANT, BUZI

YONGZHENG PERIOD (1723-1735)

Details
AN EMBROIDERED AND COUCHED GOLD RANK BADGE OF A SILVER PHEASANT, BUZI
YONGZHENG PERIOD (1723-1735)
Made for the wife of a fifth rank civil official, the badge features a silver phesant with three long curved tail feathers, standing on a tall rock formation, all reserved on a ground of couched gold threads and above waves tossed with auspicious emblems.
9 1⁄2 x 8 3⁄4 in. (24.2 x 22 cm.)
Literature
D. Hugus and D. Yee, "Evolution of Yongzheng Rank Badges," Arts of Asia, vol. 41, January-February 2011, pp. 68-69, no. 8.

Brought to you by

Rufus Chen (陳嘉安)
Rufus Chen (陳嘉安) Associate Specialist

Check the condition report or get in touch for additional information about this

If you wish to view the condition report of this lot, please sign in to your account.

Sign in
View condition report

More from Important Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art

View All
View All