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English: Chinese Imperial Queen's Headdress (Ming Dynasty)
Blue tian-tsui leaves and birds, gold dragons, pearls, polished semi-precious stones.
Located at the Ming tombs museum complex.
Image slightly edited to remove cabinet reflections, processed to reduce storage requirements.
Picture taken late September 2002 by Leonard G.Photographer's note: of all the objects seen during a two week tour of China, this was to me the most beautiful. Leonard G. 01:34, 4 Jul 2004 (UTC)
|Date||30 June 2004(original upload date)|
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|Author||Original uploader was Leonard G. at en.wikipedia|
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