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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(2004-06-30) (original upload date)
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