Antique Chinese silk embroidered wedding skirt dates from the late 19th century during the Qing Dynasty. It is hand -stitched and made of red silk damask woven a floral motif. Colorful embroidery depicts flowers and butterflies. The skirt has two matching embroidered apron panels on the front and back. This wrap-style wedding skirt has a wide linen waistband sewn along the top, with button loop toggles for closure.
Vintage shawl dates to the 1920's and is made of a polychromatic blend of bright rayon. Abstract floral motif contains birds in the design, and although the design is not symmetrical, there is a balance of color and weight that exists within the overall piece. Long dark pink fringe trims the edges starting just below the bust. No closures. Shawls of this quality and condition rarely come up for sale.
Center Back Length: 57" (including fringe) Fringe Length: 20"
Vintage Chinese jacket likely dates to the 1930's and is made of black silk with multi-colored figural embroidery. Jacket features eight bird medallion embroideries as well as large heavily embroidered floral pattern at the hem. Center front frog closures. Lined
Vintage 1930's jacket is of Chinese origin and is made of black silk and features hand embroidery that depicts flowers, birds, and butterflies in a cool color palette. Five center front frog closures. Vents at center back and both side seams. Light blue silk lining.
Condition: Very Good with light wear to piping and frogs throughout. In some places the lining is hanging below the hem. There is some light marring to the silk fabric throughout. Batting at hems is no longer completely flat and uniform. This can easily be remedied by removing the batting.
Bust: 34" Waist: 35" Hips: 38" Across Shoulders: approximately 14" Sleeve Length approximately 17" Center Back Length: 26"