A GILT-METAL, KINGFISHER FEATHER AND SILVERED GLASS BEAD MOUNTED HEAD-DRESS, QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY, probably used in Chinese Theatre, of tiara-like form, sprung with four butterflies across the crown, hung with glass beads, and tassled dragon motifs to either side
Chinese kingfisher hair ornament
Phoenix Crown of the Empress Dowager Xiaojing, titled Imperial Noble Consort Wensu, Ming dynasty.
Japanese Samurai Armor
A Qing Dynasty era double-happiness wedding headdress covered with kingfisher feather, inlaid with pearls, jade and red coral, from the Forbidden City Palace Museum collection.
"Kanzashi" the Japanese ornamental hairpin by Sakae 榮 - Cherry Blossoms
China | Ceremonial headdress from the 19th century | Included in the “Wedding Rituals” exhibition at the National Folk Museum of Korea (Dec '12 - 11. Feb '13)