Rental/day starting bid: CAD$500.00
Rounded collar with the right overlapping, sleeves are generally narrow during the Early Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The body is slit from the waist down, and sewn with a pleated inner hem, which provides looseness when walking and movement, and covers the inner wear.
The robe is decorated with a traditional python pattern over shoulder, sleeves and knee. Cotton-weaving technique, along with gold detailing around the rims.