AN APRICOT SILK BROCADE 'NINE DRAGON' PANEL
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AN APRICOT SILK BROCADE 'NINE DRAGON' PANEL

18TH-19TH CENTURY

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AN APRICOT SILK BROCADE 'NINE DRAGON' PANEL
18TH-19TH CENTURY
The panel is woven with nine five-clawed dragons, each contesting a flaming pearl amidst ruyi-form clouds in gold, green, blue, ochre, and white, above the terrestrial diagram, all on an apricot ground. The whole is set on a pale yellow silk backing.
62 ¾ in. (159.3 cm.) x 58 3/8 in. (148 cm.)
Provenance
The Robert H. Ellsworth Collection, New York.
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