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The Bat of Happiness and the Five-Clawed Dragon
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|Title||Artist||Medium & Support||Creation Date|
|Man's lung (five-clawed) semi-formal dragon robe||Chinese||Embroidered plain weave silk with plain weave silk lining, brass buttons||1862-1873|
|Skirt with flowers and Buddhist emblems||Chinese||Embroidered satin on silk||late 19th Century|
|Manchu woman's robe with motif of eight precious things amidst tumultuous waves||Chinese||Embroidered satin with plain weave silk lining and four brass buttons||19th Century|
|Mandarin woman's coat||Chinese||Embroidered silk||ca. 1900-1920|
|Xia Pei (woman's civil official vest) with dragon robe cosmolgy and all nine civil rank birds||Chinese||Silk in ko’ssu (tapestry) weave with fringe and tassels, with plain weave silk lining||1874-1908|
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