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Gold Hairpin with a Butterfly-shaped Finial in Filigree Early Qing period Gold, rubies, sapphires, turquoise, Oriental Pearls, and kingfisher feathers Overall length: 17.3 cm, width: 8.5 cm National Palace Museum Colelction

Gold Hairpin with a Butterfly-shaped Finial in Filigree Early Qing period Gold…

Silver Butterfly Hairpin Forbidden City, when I visit the Hongkong museum we found out that the blue part originally come from the feather of a bird! Brilliance

Silver Butterfly Hairpin Forbidden City, when I visit the Hongkong museum we found out that the blue part originally come from the feather of a bird!

China | Five gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hair ornaments and a plaque; one decorated with a filigree dragon amongst clouds and with five tassels in pearl, jade and other hardstones, another with four geese and a central shou character, the others with designs of butterflies, fruit and flowering foliage, and an enamel hairpin modelled as a peacock | Qing Dynasty | 5'500£ ~ sold (May '15)

China | Five gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hair ornaments and a plaque; one decorated with a filigree dragon amongst clouds and with five tassels in pearl, jade and other hardstones, another with four geese and a central shou character, the others with designs of butterflies, fruit and flowering foliage, and an enamel hairpin modelled as a peacock | Qing Dynasty | 5'500£ ~ sold (May '15)

4- early 20th c.  Chinese kingfisher feather and hardstone Hairpins decorated w/ Filigree metalwork motifs of; dragons, flowers, leaves. & chimes

Chinese kingfisher feather and hardstone Hairpins decorated w/ Filigree metalwork motifs of;

Kingfisher inlay done in floral and sprays with various semi-precious stones and silk thread.Looks to be cinnabar with Kingfisher inlay. Mid to late Qing Dynasty.  #DecorativeChineseArt

Kingfisher inlay done in floral and insect sprays with various semi-precious stones and silk thread. One hair pin looks to be cinnabar with Kingfisher inlay. Mid to late Qing Dynasty.

Kingfisher feather hairpin, Qing dynasty ( 1616-1912), China, kingfisher feathers, pearls, precious stones, gold

Kingfisher feather hairpin, Qing dynasty ( 1616-1912), China, kingfisher feathers, pearls, precious stones, gold

China | Collection of gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hairpins and earpick-hairpins; variously formed as flowers and foliage, bats, birds and shou characters, decorated with pearls and coloured stones | Qing Dynasty | 1'700£ ~ sold (May '15)

Collection of gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hairpins and earpick-hairpins; variously formed as flowers and foliage, bats, birds and shou characters, decorated with pearls and coloured stones.

Mandchu hairpin richly adorned with pieces of coral, amber, jadeite and kingfisher feathers to compose a flower motif. They are mounted in three dimensions. These different materials are supposed to bring good fortune to the wearer.China

Mandchu hairpin richly adorned with pieces of coral, amber, jadeite and kingfisher feathers to compose a flower motif. They are mounted in three dimensions. These different materials are supposed to bring good fortune to the wearer.

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