For over 40 years Haig's of Rochester has been a trusted name in Fine Jewelry & Objects of Art. In an 1882 building that he restored, Owner and resident expert, Paul R. Haig, has made Rochester, MI both home and a home base for his business as he serves the community and beyond. His reputation for specializing in Asian antiquities and creating award-winning jewelry designs has won him international acclaim. Whether you're looking for your first diamond or adding to your prized collection, Paul and his team offer a second-to-none shopping experience, with quality gemstones, custom jewelry designs, dependable repair services and a selection of antiques and estate pieces. If you're looking for the truly unique, you'll find it here at Haig's of Rochester. 

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20th Century, Republic Period, Chinese, silk, embroidered, Dragon, theater [ Chinese opera] costume/robe. Inventive, gaudy and purposely exaggerated to be visible from a distance, such robes were often embellished via bold colors, large symbols/imagery, and mirrored accents, crafted from sturdy materials including a cotton/bast lining with padding, and to fit loosely so that performers could change quickly.

Our robe is quite ornate and flamboyant, and is reminiscent of classic dress. Rendered upon bold red satin silk, it is lavishly decorated with eight, dimensional, 4-clawed Dragons (three on the front; five on the reverse) chasing flaming pearls among whimsical cumulus clouds, auspicious bats, and above crashing waves and mountains within the lower registers and along the  edges of the sleeve bands. Couched, gold metallic thread, with couched, silver metallic accents, has been prominently used throughout and has been embellished not only with bright, vividly-hued, lightly spun silk thread, but with polychrome, couched, silk cording. Bright, green, silk side panels provide added aesthetics to the front of the robe and have been flanked with gorgeous, flying birds (most likely Silver Pheasants), wispy cumulus clouds, bold sun disks, as well as lotus blossoms and auspicious Hsi characters (signifying joy). Decorative, Chinese characters adorn the collar. As with other theater/opera costume robes, ours has a natural-hued, cotton/bast fiber lining that is padded. Please see photos for more details of this truly amazing robe!

 

This theater/opera robe would be a show-stopper as a decorator’s piece, focal point of a large room, or within anyone’s collection, serious or novice alike. It’s a must-have!!

 

Please note, this robe shows signs of wear commensurate with age and actual use to include loose threads, minor silk breakdown, thread loss, repairs/mends, soiling, and minor bleeding/staining (padded lining).

 

Dimensions: 115” x 56”

 

BL: EEE

20th C. Republic Period Chinese Silk Embroidered Dragon Theater/Opera Robe

$999.00Price
  • PLEASE NOTE: We are a working jewelry store and gallery and, therefore, are not available to answer questions on weekends. All of our pieces are guaranteed genuine-- no reproductions! All items are sold AS IS. Supplementary images can be supplied upon request. All dimensions are approximate. 

     

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