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Fret-pattern-ground Nasij Windstopper Hat with Teardrop and Tai Chi Patterns Front

Museum of Ethnic Costumes, Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology

Museum of Ethnic Costumes, Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology
Beijing, China

Nasij is a kind of gold-wefted brocade which applies flat or round gold threads as weft threads. Originated in the Warring States Period (475-221 BC), the practice of adding gold threads to silk weave witnessed development in the Han dynasty (202 BC-220 AD), reached maturity in the Tang and Song dynasties (618-1279 AD) and enjoyed supreme popularity in the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368 AD).

Details

  • Title: Fret-pattern-ground Nasij Windstopper Hat with Teardrop and Tai Chi Patterns Front
  • Original Source: http://www.biftmuseum.com/
  • Physical format: 40cm×19.6cm
  • Ethnic group: Others
  • Dates: Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368 AD)

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