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A MONGOL 'CLOTH OF GOLD' SILK AND METAL THREAD ROBE CENTRAL ASIA, LATE 13TH OR 14TH CENTURY Of silk woven with a bold design of burnished gold lotus vine on a ground of bold floral designs, with long pleated flaring skirt, long tapering sleeves, the remains of panels of similar contrasting silks forming the collar bands, with original mid blue cotton plainweave lining. 57in. (145cm.) long; 74½in. (189cm.) cuff to cuff

A Mongol cloth of gold, silk and metal thread robe, Central Asia late or century, Yuan Dynasty.

Yuan Dynasty. Robe with 'braided” (Bian Xian) waist. Silk and metallic thread lampas (nasij) with silk and metallic thread samite underflap. This robe—with a flaring skirt, fitted sleeves, and a wide waistband with simulated braiding—represents the signature garment of Mongol men. This example is an early piece; later examples feature fine pleats beneath the entire waistband. 142 X 246 cm. Excavated at Mingshuicun, Damao Banner, Baotou, Inner Mongolia. Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region…

Robe with 'braided” (Bian Xian) waist. Silk and metallic thread…

A Mongol cloth of gold, silk and metal thread robe, Central Asia late 13th or 14th century, Yuan Dynasty.

A Mongol cloth of gold, silk and metal thread robe, Central Asia late or century, Yuan Dynasty.

Robe from Central Asia  13th century  Silk and gold thread

Robe from Central Asia century Silk and gold thread

"A Jangot excavated from the romb of Lady Song of Eunjin, the wife of Jung, Eungdoo (丁應斗: 1508∼1572). Jangot was favored as an overcoat for women until late Joseon period. The coat is padded with cotton wool and hand quilted; outer layer is made of silk with a lotus and vine pattern. There are large armhole patches called Moo on each side, they come down along the side seam to help the ease of movement and retain the pleats of the skirt worn inside." at the Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

"A Jangot excavated from the romb of Lady Song of Eunjin, the wife of Jung, Eungdoo (丁應斗: 1508∼1572). Jangot was favored as an overcoat for women until late Joseon period. The coat is padded with cotton wool and hand quilted; outer layer is made of silk with a lotus and vine pattern. There are large armhole patches called Moo on each side, they come down along the side seam to help the ease of movement and retain the pleats of the skirt worn inside." at the Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

Embroidered woman's robe, China, Liao dynasty (907-1125), silk and gold thread on silk gauze ground; silk lining, silk batting. The robe is embroidered on the back with clouds and paired phoenixes (associated with female members of the imperial family). The robe was lined, with silk batting between the layers for warmth.

Embroidery, silk and gold thread on silk gauze ground; silk lining, silk batting, Sleeve span is 177 cm and height is 130 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art.

Dragon Robe (龙袍 Longpao) - Information on Chinese clothing ..

Dragon Robe (龙袍 Longpao) - Information on Chinese clothing, ancient Chinese garment

Sogdiana 8-9th century linen, samite (silk) and leather small boy or doll Rus Coat Caftan. Copy of adult clothing.

Sogdiana century linen, samite (silk) and leather small boy or doll Rus Coat Caftan. Copy of adult clothing.

9th or 10th c. Sogdian wool tapestry woven coat (Persia / Transoxiana) Front

A rare Sogdian split tapestry (kilim) coat with animal motifs, Central Asia, Century.

GERMANY. MONGOLIA. Steppe warriors. Nomadic horsemen of the 7th till 14th Century from Mongolia on view in Bonn

Mongols China and the Silk Road: Steppe Warriors: nomadic horsemen of the Century from Mongolia

The Dopo is said to have originated in the time of King Seonjo (ruled 1567-1608).  This bleached cotton dopo, belonging to General Park was found in his tomb in Cheongwon, circa 1590s.  Important Folklore Material 117-16.

The Dopo is said to have originated in the time of King Seonjo (ruled This bleached cotton dopo, belonging to General Park was found in his tomb in Cheongwon, circa Important Folklore Material

11.yy.Selçuklu Türk kıyafeti

Virtual Artifacts — virtual-artifacts: A Seljuk silk robe, Iran or.

11th/12th c. Central Asia, Seljuk, Silk Lampas Robe 2

A Seljuk Silk Lampas Robe, Iran or Central Asia, Century., 2009 With flaring skirt and.

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