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The Qing Dynasty followed the Ming Dynasty. the Manchus were able to depose the ruling Ming dynasty - Mongols - due to disharmony, economic instability and major unrest. the last Ming of the ming emperors being weak leaders.

The Qing dynasty embraced trade adn the arts. The first of the Emperors, Shunzhi 1644-1661
Kangxi the greatest of them all 1662-1722
Yongzheng 1723-1735
Qianlong abdicated so that he would not reign for longer than his grandfather who was so revered 1736-1795
Jiaqing 1796-1820
Daoguang 1821-1850
Xianfeng 1851-1861
Tongzhi 1862-1874
Guangxu 1875-1908
Xuantong 1908-1911

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Antique Chinese silk Embroidered panel
Chinese Silk Antique Panel from a chair cover, from the back. Embroidery on satanised dark blue silk with excellent stitch work and colour. the E...
£395
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Chinese 18th century blue and white porcelain censer
Chinese bombe form blue and white porcelain censer. Made at the kilns at Jingdezhen for the Chinese market. Painted to the sides with 'dings'(inc...
£1,950
Catherine Hunt Oriental Antiques
Chinese Antique silk Embroidery
Antique Chinese silk embroidery of couched gilt thread from a formal robe. embroidered to show a large chrysanthemum flower head with smaller peon...
£310
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Chinese Antique Silk Gilt Thread Silk Embroidered Roundel
Antique Chinese silk embroidery of couched gilt thread from a formal robe. embroidered to show a large chrysanthemum flower head with smaller peon...
£310
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Chinese Antique Silk Panel from a Chair Back
Chinese Silk Antique Panel from a chair cover, from the back. Embroidery on satanised dark blue silk with excellent stitch work and colour. The...
£395
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Chinese Pair of 19th Century Silk Sleevebands
Chinese silk Sleevebands embroidered in Peking Forbidden Knot or Blind Stitch. A tiny knot stitch that was so called forbidden or blind stitch or ...
£800
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Chinese Pair of Silk and Gilt Sleeve Bands
Chinese Pair of Silk Sleeve Bands embroidered in couched gilt thread. The intense embroidery shows flowers and butterflies. The background is an ...
£590
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Chinese Silk Embroidered Pair of Sleeve Bands
Embroidered Pair of Silk Sleeve Bands on yellow ground satanized silk. The Embroidered is mainly in the auspicious three blues with six colourful ...
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Chinse Manadrin Sqare - Chinese Rank badge
Chinese Mandarin rank badge, eighth rank civil badge. the badge shows a quail in gilt thread above a stripy turbulent sea. The sun is shown using ...
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Famille Rose vases, close pair, Chinese Export, 19th Century
A close pair of large late 19th century Chinese-export famille rose porcelain vases. Canton, China, Qing dynasty, Guangxu period (1875-1908). ...
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yongzheng / Qianlong blue and white porcelain jug
Chinese 18th century blue and white porcelain helmet jug. made for export to the west as a milk or cream jug. Painted with a Chinese scene of He X...
£395
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