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Leisi Filigree Bun—Net with Two Dragons, Ming dynasty (1368–1644)

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Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
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The underlying shape of this hair ornament is made of filigree, and consists of a hemispherical, …

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The underlying shape of this hair ornament is made of filigree, and consists of a hemispherical, ribbed top attached to a round, flat, collar-like base. The top and base are joined with gold foil, while the standing wing-shaped ornaments at the sides and back are attached to the base with hooks. Holes on the sides of …

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Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
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The underlying shape of this hair ornament is made of filigree, and consists of a hemispherical, …

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The underlying shape of this hair ornament is made of filigree, and consists of a hemispherical, ribbed top attached to a round, flat, collar-like base. The top and base are joined with gold foil, while the standing wing-shaped ornaments at the sides and back are attached to the base with hooks. Holes on the sides of …

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Leisi Filigree Bun—Net with Two Dragons, Ming dynasty (1368–1644)

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