A buddhist story of chinese immortal lan caihe in the form of a special single piece of Tapestry silk from the late Chinese ming dynasty. Unfortunately the Exact time line is unknown because the silk artist unsigned the work. But a fair indication is the use of the hair braids the ladder braids with rice grain on pieces of black silk and the pig tails hair styles.
This style was worn after 1645. And the yen rice grain steamer steaming the two colours of chinese blues. Because the porcelain frame is in very good condition it is thought to be created around 1690 1700 because of the transitional blues which occurred during the late ming Dynasty. A Chinese Emperor possibly Yongzheng kneeling on mat.Immortal Lan caihe in transitions dress representing Buddhism. Chinese ming blue and white transitions of the darker and lighter blues displayed. Porcelains and incense burners silk representation. Some chipping to the porcelain frame corners but overall excellent condition. This type of artwork usually is created in pairs and are called silk panel artwork but this appears to have been created as a single Buddhist story combined into one piece. This type of artwork very rarely features Chinese immortals and emperors so it was possibly imperial. They usually display the thread work displayed on the artwork background only but this is very detailed with flaming incense burners, yen rice grain steamers, Blue and white porcelain Vases, rice grain Vases, a mat, rice grain clothing, footwear, rice grain hair braids, rivers, bridges, land, flowers, etc. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Porcelain". The seller is "bo_659" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.