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Classifications: Textiles and Clothing

Classifications: Textiles and Clothing
Plain compound silk fragment
Chinese
15th - 16th century
34.66
Shawl
Chinese
second half 19th century
75.27
Idol garment
Chinese
1850-1900
33.167
Summer Robe
Chinese
late 19th century
2005.144
Runner
Chinese
33.1504
Runner
Chinese
33.1505
Runner
Chinese
33.1506
Runner
Chinese
33.1507
Xiabei (woman's formal vest)
Chinese
ca. 1880s
85.16
Woman's court robe
Chinese
19th-20th century
82.152
Imperial Robe
Chinese
late 19th century
40.21
Nine Dragon Summer Robe
Chinese
ca. 1880-1900
61.187
Fan case
Chinese
19th century
52.145
Kesi unofficial court robe
Chinese
Probably 1875-1911
45.109
Fan Case
Chinese
1644-1911
52.152
K'o-ssu Imperial robe
Chinese
ca. 1900 Vollmer 12/5/78
45.111
Badge
Chinese
late 19th century
48.151
Mandarin Square
Chinese
18th century
48.152
Circular panel
Chinese
late 18th century
33.142.1
Circular panel
Chinese
late 18th century
33.142.2
Square
Chinese
early 19th century
49.199
Mandarin Square
Chinese
1850-1900
33.123
Embroidered blue satin hanging
Chinese
18th - 19th century
33.125
Panel
Chinese
19th century
33.128
Panel of sleeve bands
Chinese
18th - 19th century
33.130
Panel of sleeve bands
Chinese
18th-19th century
33.131
Panel of sleeve bands
Chinese
18th - 19th century
33.132
Panel depicting courtyard scenes
Chinese
late 19th century
33.135
Panel of rocks and flowering plants
Chinese
late 19th century
33.136
Cloud motif panel fragment
Chinese
19th century
33.137
Panel fragment
Chinese
1368-1644
33.138
Mandarin Square
Chinese
early 17th century
33.139
Badge
Chinese
17th century
33.140
Mandarin Square
Chinese
17th century
33.141
Fragment showing Portuguese influence in design
Chinese
second half 16th century
69.54
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.