Brocade Panel Fragment, China, possibly Ming dynasty, depicting six pairs of side-facing dragons confronting each other, a flaming pearl between them, separated by lotus flowerheads and scrolling tendrils, bordered at the sides by a narrow band of tigers, roosters, rats, oxen, rams, and pigs, woven with silver and copper metallic threads, approximately 96 x 41 in.
The Jim Dixon Collection, to benefit the Krishnamurti Foundation of America
Heavy fraying/separation at both ends of panel, affecting approximately the last 4 inches on one end, and 18 inches on the other, other scattered splits and damage, overall fading.
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