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The Kingfisher Feather headdress, bought in a pawn shop in Shanghai in February 1975

Assorted hair pins. Kingfisher inlay done in floral and insect sprays with various semi-precious stones and silk thread. One hair pin looks to be cinnabar with Kingfisher inlay. Mid to late Qing Dynasty.

Source: chinese-opera - For all six pins. Kingfisher inlay done in floral and insect sprays with various semi-precious stones and silk thread. One hair pin looks to be cinnabar with Kingfisher inlay. Mid to late Qing Dynasty.

Crown of Empress Dowager Xiaojing

Phoenix Crown of the Empress Dowager Xiaojing, titled Imperial Noble Consort Wensu, Ming dynasty.

China | Kingfisher headdress.  ca. late 19th century || 57'475$ ~ (Sold March 2016)

China | Kingfisher headdress. ca. late 19th century || 57'475$ ~ (Sold March 2016)

明代 萬曆【孝端皇后鳳冠】                              ‧‧1957年北京定陵出土

明代 萬曆【孝端皇后鳳冠】 ‧‧1957年北京定陵出土

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