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Antique Chinese textile, Mandarin square, civil rank badge, the round head, tan color, and "comma" shaped feathers on the back identify the bird as a Wild Goose, 4th Civil rank, hand woven  ...
Antique Chinese textile, Mandarin square, civil rank badge, the round head, tan color, and "comma" shaped feathers on the back identify the bird as a Wild Goose, 4th Civil rank, hand woven  ...
Antique Chinese textile, Mandarin square, civil rank badge, the round head, tan color, and "comma" shaped feathers on the back identify the bird as a Wild Goose, 4th Civil rank, hand woven  ...
Antique Chinese textile, Mandarin square, civil rank badge, the round head, tan color, and "comma" shaped feathers on the back identify the bird as a Wild Goose, 4th Civil rank, hand woven  ...
Antique Chinese textile, Mandarin square, civil rank badge, the round head, tan color, and "comma" shaped feathers on the back identify the bird as a Wild Goose, 4th Civil rank, hand woven  ...
Antique Chinese textile, Mandarin square, civil rank badge, the round head, tan color, and "comma" shaped feathers on the back identify the bird as a Wild Goose, 4th Civil rank, hand woven  ...
Antique Chinese textile, Mandarin square, civil rank badge, the round head, tan color, and "comma" shaped feathers on the back identify the bird as a Wild Goose, 4th Civil rank, hand woven  ...
Antique Chinese textile, Mandarin square, civil rank badge, the round head, tan color, and "comma" shaped feathers on the back identify the bird as a Wild Goose, 4th Civil rank, hand woven  ...
Antique Chinese textile, Mandarin square, civil rank badge, the round head, tan color, and "comma" shaped feathers on the back identify the bird as a Wild Goose, 4th Civil rank, hand woven  ...
Antique Chinese textile, Mandarin square, civil rank badge, the round head, tan color, and "comma" shaped feathers on the back identify the bird as a Wild Goose, 4th Civil rank, hand woven tapestry of silk and a field of gold threads, kossu, kesi, the plain field of clouds without auspicious symbols would indicate a Ch'ng Dynasty date of 1898 or later, this would have been commissioned by a wealthy man for his wife, the fact that the bird is not an applique which was common in this period, would indicate that the owner could have another entire badge made when attaining the next higher rank, and not just another bird, woven in 2 pieces, general good condition with signs of use and wear, there is a bit of overlap in the center where the 2 pieces meet creating small raised areas, the approximate size is 11.5inches x 11.5inches, #jr-13, shipping is extra
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