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jeok yi. Crown Princess's Dress
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Masterpiece

The dress is very beautiful and it is very well made.

History of the Object
In the Joseon period, the queen wore Juk-Ei, an event dress when she attended a “Garye" which literally means a wedding ceremony. When the princess greeted the King and Queen, and her parents-in-law, her hair was arranged in Bong-chup-Ji style forming a topknot. The Crown Princess's "wedding dress" has gold-embroidered dragons on the shoulders and Bong-hap-paes on the front and back. The distinct characteristics of this costume are indigo silk stockings and shoes. Juk-Ei is the type and name of the clothes worn by an empress when attending national events mainly an enthronement. Usually the Queen wore deep blue clothing, while the king wore red; and the crown prince wore dark blue.

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Type
Costume and Jewelry 
Materials
silk 
Measurements
Width 180cm Height 145cm  
Creator name
unknown 
Creator date
Unknown 
Where it was made
Korea 
Geography
Korea 
Time period
AD 19th century ~ AD 19th century 
Creation date
19th Centuy; Joseon, 19C 
Function
event dress 
Acquisition
Bought from the imperial in 1973 
Copyright
 
Acknowledgements
 
Owner
Sejong University Museum 
Museum
Sejong University Museum 
Credit line
 

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