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Woman's Embroidered Ceremonial Robe (The Bat Medallion Robe), Qing dynasty (1644-1911), 18th c., China, silk and metallic thread on silk satin. "Less formal than a dragon robe, the ceremonial robe was worn by women for celebratory occasions, such as birthdays and anniversaries."

Woman's Embroidered Ceremonial Robe (The Bat Medallion Robe), Qing dynasty (1644-1911), 18th c., China, silk and metallic thread on silk satin. "Less formal than a dragon robe, the ceremonial robe was worn by women for celebratory occasions, such as birthdays and anniversaries."

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Woman's Birthday or Informal Ceremonial Robe Qing dynasty (1644–1911) late 19th-early 20th century

Woman's Birthday or Informal Ceremonial Robe Qing dynasty (1644–1911) late 19th-early 20th century

Woman's Birthday Coat, late 19th c. - Qing dynasty, Chinese, silk and metallic thread tapestry (kesi); decorated with tapestry Chinese motifs: the character 'shou' ('longevity') and the swastika 'wan' ('ten thousand years')

Woman's Birthday Coat, late 19th c. - Qing dynasty, Chinese, silk and metallic thread tapestry (kesi); decorated with tapestry Chinese motifs: the character 'shou' ('longevity') and the swastika 'wan' ('ten thousand years')

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