HERITAGE OF BOGD KHAAN: Royal Clothes & Personal Facilities 

The Bogd Khaan Palace Museum

The Royal Clothes and Personal Facilities featured at the Bogd Khaan Palace

BELT

The yellowish Russian brocade belt with 4 big ruby inlays and white and green small inlays on gilt silver bases. The gilt brass dagger sheat, without dagger, with pale jade handle and small inlays, of red, green and white stones.

BEAVER FUR HAT
The hat with a satin-stitched domed yellow cap encircled with beaver fur wide-brimmed brim and double yellow silk badge ribbons is called as the beaver fur hat of Bogd Khaan. This hat has a yellow satin cap with a red silk lining with five-sided embroidered curlicue pattern on top, wide-brim of black beaver fur, yellow patterned silk double ribbons of royalty and yellow silk chin strips.

The 8th Bogd Jetsun Dampa wore this knife set as the head of the state on his ceremony of coronation as the Bogd Khaan, Sun Radiant, Myriad-Aged and Theocratic King of Religion and State with Absolute Power of Mongolia elevated by his folks held on December 29, 1911.

HEADDRESS OF QUEEN DONDOGDULAM
Silver headdress in Khalkha Mongolian style with full inlays of pearl and other precious stones and 58 pearl strings with pink stone ends. This headdress was worn by Sitatara queen Dondogdulam during the ceremony to be elevated as the Dakini Regnant of Mongolia reigned by Bogd Khaan elevated by his folks on December 29, 1911

CHAIN NECKLACE
A triangular body chain made of red and coral bead strings couched on narrow red satin ribbon and attached decorative turquoise plates.

SILK POUCH
A dragon patterned yellow silk pouch with a blue satin lining and satin-stitch embroidery of 12 animals of the Lunar calendar on four corners

VASES
White porcelain vases, each with patterns of peacock and flowers

WRITING SET
A writing set used by 8th Bogd Jetsun Dampa made of yellowish orange jade. Anonymous artist.

OFFERING TEAPOT
Jade dever with engraving around.

Credits: Story

Art Researcher - GUNCHIN-ISH, Tsegmed
Art Researcher - SARANBOLOR, Gan-Ochir
MA in Philosophy & translator - KHATANBAATAR, Choi

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