Rental/day starting bid: CAD$200.00
Widely circulated in the late Ming Dynasty. The corners of the stand-up collar were square shaped. The collar was usually fixed with a pair to two pairs of buttons. The right overlap, the top and bottom are cut through, the body is slit from the waist down, and the sleeves are usually wide.
The references for the phoenix pattern on this piece are from artifacts. The fabric is made through a cotton-weaving process; the rims are touched-up with gold detailing.