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Qing Dynasty

Formal Collar

Formal Collar, Qing Dynasty
Formal Collar, zoomed in
34.3 cmFormal Collar scale comparison76.8 cm
See Formal Collar in the Kaleidoscope

Formal Collar is a Qing Dynasty Textile artwork created in 1800. It lives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Apparel. SourceDownload

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A detachable collar (pi ling) worn by men and women in formal Qing Dynasty portraits.

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