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Sleeve band

A work made of couched and embroidered sleeve-bands from a robe, cut and framed as a three-panel folding desk screen. two lower halves joined to form central frame, top halves form panels at either side. figures and auspicious symbols in colors and gold on ivory silk grou nd..
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  • A work made of couched and embroidered sleeve-bands from a robe, cut and framed as a three-panel folding desk screen. two lower halves joined to form central frame, top halves form panels at either side. figures and auspicious symbols in colors and gold on ivory silk grou nd..

Date:

Qing dynasty (1644–1911), 19th century

Artist:

Han-Chinese
China

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Status

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Department

Textiles

Culture

Han-Chinese

Title

Sleeve band

Place

China (Object made in)

Date

Made 1801–1900

Medium

Couched and embroidered sleeve-bands from a robe, cut and framed as a three-panel folding desk screen. Two lower halves joined to form central frame, top halves form panels at either side. Figures and auspicious symbols in colors and gold on ivory silk grou nd.

Dimensions

29.5 × 19.4 cm (11 5/8 × 7 5/8 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Edith L. Wineman in memory of Florence F. Mandel

Reference Number

1974.479a

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