Royal Peony & Phoenix Embroidered Bright Yellow Long Jacket For Queen

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GEF1064

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Please Note: This product is non-refundable, and non-exchangeable. To ensure you a fitting wear, we strongly recommend our customer who like this clothes, please do confirm your usual size is between 12#---16# (Bust: 97cm---106cm). Good Orient has carefully chosen a series of mag

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Please Note: This product is non-refundable, and non-exchangeable. To ensure you a fitting wear, we strongly recommend our customer who like this clothes, please do confirm your usual size is between 12#---16# (Bust: 97cm---106cm). Good Orient has carefully chosen a series of magnificent and exquisite hand-embroidered clothes for our customers. Embroidery is a brilliant pearl in Chinese art and culture. From the magnificent Dragon Robe worn by emperors to the popular embroidery seen in today's fashions, embroidery adds so much beauty and pleasure to our life and culture. The oldest embroidered work in China on record dates from the Shang Dynasty and it has a long history of thousands of years. The craft of embroidery is very popular between 14th century and the beginning of the 20th century. It is extensively applied for religion and household-use articles such as Buddhist statues, tobacco bags, wallets, pillow cases and table cloth and dress. The patterns of embroidery cover a larger range, from sun, moon, stars, mountains, dragons, and phoenix to tiger, flower and grass, clouds and geometric figures. Auspicious words are also fashionable and these patterns are widely used in the embroidered works. Chinese embroidery has four main traditional styles: Suzhou embroidery (Su Xiu), Hunan embroidery (Xiang Xiu), Guangdong embroidery (Yue Xiu) and Sichuan embroidery (Shu Xiu). All of them are nominated as Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage.

How magnificent! A piece of work of art! Chinese-style dress is well-known for the unique design and exquisite fabric, and many women are big fans of the hand-embroidered dress. This yellow coat is designed for queen of the Qing dynasty. It is an outer garment with long sleeves and mandarin collar, covering the body down to the thighs. Made of fine silk brocade with hand-embroidered phoenix and peony patterns, this coat has a high decorative and artistic value. In Chinese culture, peony is the queen of the flowers, and phoenix is the queen of the birds. Both of them are the symbols of great wealth and high rank, and only the queens of the Qing dynasty are entitled to be in the coat with phoenix and peony patterns. You will see that the coat of queen is designed in an asymmetric style, with the left side over the right, fastened at the right side with handmade frog buttons. Black trimmings are embroidered with small flower patterns, and both sides are made with slits toward the waist. The yellow silk brocade coat is tailored with full lining, so you will be comfortable in it. Be creative with accessories! Be fabulous always! If you are in the noble silk brocade coat with a long skirt, matching with an embroidered handbag and Jimmy Choo shoes, you will make your look graceful and dazzling, sort of like the queen of the Qing dynasty. Totally handmade by Chinese folk artistBright yellow fabric embroidered with phoenix and peony patterns A magnificent one just for a royal lady, such as a queen.Black trimming embroidered with small floral pattern.Frog buttons.Mandarin collarLong sleevesFull liningBust: 47"1/4 Total Length: 34"1/2Preparation time:2-3 working days.
 
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