Lot 161: Pair of large framed ancestor portraits, color on silk, both finely painted and detailed portraits of lady in a r...

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Description: Pair of large framed ancestor portraits, color on silk, both finely painted and detailed portraits of lady in a red robe and gentleman in a blue robe, both of the royal family and wearing the dress of the Ming Dynasty, they are seated solemnly in a frontal position in a chair. She wears a fengguan or phoenix coronet (influenced by the tall headgear or gugu worn by Mongol aristocrats) with an elaborate network of pendant pearls as well as the chest badge or mandarin square (buzi) of the phoenix on her red robe, China, Qing Dynasty, 19th/20th century.
image size 30" x 50 1/2"

Condition: All lots are sold "AS IS" The condition of lots can vary widely and are unlikely to be in a perfect condition. *No credit card payments will be accepted for silver, gold, or jewelry from buyers that have not purchased from our gallery in the past.

Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000

Starting Bid: $1,000.00

Auction Date: April 27th, 2019

Realized Price: $2,074.00

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