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Temple Banner with Needle-loop Embroidered Tibetan Lion

A Tibetan Monastic Temple Banner preserving in its finial a rare Yuan dynasty (1260 - 1368) needle-looped embroidered Tibetan lion; Assembled as a banner in Tibet  ...
Temple Banner with Needle-loop Embroidered Tibetan Lion

A Tibetan Monastic Temple Banner preserving in its finial a rare Yuan dynasty (1260 - 1368) needle-looped embroidered Tibetan lion; Assembled as a banner in Tibet  ...
Temple Banner with Needle-loop Embroidered Tibetan Lion

A Tibetan Monastic Temple Banner preserving in its finial a rare Yuan dynasty (1260 - 1368) needle-looped embroidered Tibetan lion; Assembled as a banner in Tibet  ...
Temple Banner with Needle-loop Embroidered Tibetan Lion

A Tibetan Monastic Temple Banner preserving in its finial a rare Yuan dynasty (1260 - 1368) needle-looped embroidered Tibetan lion; Assembled as a banner in Tibet  ...
Temple Banner with Needle-loop Embroidered Tibetan Lion

A Tibetan Monastic Temple Banner preserving in its finial a rare Yuan dynasty (1260 - 1368) needle-looped embroidered Tibetan lion; Assembled as a banner in Tibet  ...
Temple Banner with Needle-loop Embroidered Tibetan Lion A Tibetan Monastic Temple Banner preserving in its finial a rare Yuan dynasty (1260 - 1368) needle-looped embroidered Tibetan lion; Assembled as a banner in Tibet using various period Chinese silks during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). 24 ½ x 5 inches (62 x 13cm) Published: Orientations Magazine, August 1989, Hong Kong, “The Asian Embroidery Technique: Detached Looping”, Milton Sonday and Lucy Maitland, Figure 2.
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