Sep 8, 2015
Sep 8, 2015
Sep 8, 2015

Back Apron for the Royal Ceremonial Robe

Back Apron for the Royal Ceremonial Robe

후수 (後綬)

late 1800s–early 1900s

Part of a set. See all set records

Red pile weave, wool or silk, embroidered with silk (polychromatic); red silk, gauze weave; white silk, gauze weave; green silk fringe; metal ring embellishments

Overall: 73 x 69.2 cm (28 3/4 x 27 1/4 in.)

General Income Fund 1918.551.d



This is a set of royal ceremonial robe and accessories worn by a high-ranking court official for attending special state ceremonies. The set consists of an inner coat, an outer coat, a skirt, a back apron, a crown, a pair of jade tassels, a tablet, and a belt.

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