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skirt, woman's

Object / Artefact › Applied Arts and Design
  • Other titles
    Chinese
  • Description
    skirt, woman's, plum-coloured silk banded in black satin and multi-coloured woven tape. embroidered with floral sprays in blue, central panel in satin and pekin stitch. gored skirt with straight panels front and back.
  • Other Number
    T7
  • Accession date
    1966
  • Collection area
  • Item count
    1
  • Record richness

Artefact

  • Credit
    Collection of Auckland Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira, T7
  • Collection
  • Production
    unknown (seamstress)
    (embroiderer)
    China
    Early 20th Century
    Guangxu (1875-1908), Qing dynasty (1644-1912), Chinese Dynasty and Reign Periods
    Xuangtong (1909-1912), Qing dynasty (1644-1912), Chinese Dynasty and Reign Periods
    embroidery/needlework
    handmade
  • Consists of
  • Dimensions
    • 0 - Whole length (precise) : 885mm
      (length 885 mm depth waistband 90 mm width across hem 1190 mm(one part), 1245 mm (other part))
    • waistband depth (precise) : 90mm
    • part1 width across hem (precise) : 1190mm
    • part2 width across hem (precise) : 1245mm
  • Classification
    Chenhall Nomenclature (Nomenclature)
    › 03 Personal Artifacts (Category)
    › Clothing (Classification)
    › Main Garments (Sub-classification)
    › Skirt (Primary Term)
  • Record created
    14 May 1997

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