78001 Emperor’s Robe

• Master collections, available to order.
• King Silk Art sells only handmade master quality silk artworks.
• Silk colors shimmer when light hits and softly glow in dim-dark areas.
• The actual artworks will vary slightly from the online image due to hand-stitching.

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Based on circular-collar robe, dragon robe was first adopted by the Tang dynasty (618–906 CE), which embellished the robe with dragons to symbolize imperial power. The Mongols were the first to codify their use as emblems on court robes. As a result, the subsequent Ming emperors shunned them on formal occasions. Though only royals could wear dragons, honoured officials could be granted the privilege of wearing “python robes” (蟒袍 or 蟒衣), which resembled dragons, only with four claws instead of five.


Additional information

Weight80 kg
Dimensions125 × 155 cm

Big Framed size: 100×125 cm, Large framed size: 125×150 cm


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