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Dataset of Embroidery Cultural Relics in Luoyang Folk Museum

GE Shan1
1 Luoyang Folk Museum,Luoyang 471000,China


Published:Jul. 2021

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Key Words:

Luoyang Folk Museum,Embroidery,Heluo Area,Cultural Relics


The Dataset of Embroidery Cultural Relics in Luoyang Folk Museum lists 260 archived collections of embroidery costumes from the middle and late Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China in the embroidery hall of Luoyang Folk Museum. The embroidery costumes include 18 pots used in Chinese wedding, 12 Chinese-style chest, 46 pouches, 9 warm ears, 10 skirt belts, 18 beanies, 18 Chinese-style forehead decorations, 4 bibs, 3 embroidered pants, 12 bride caps, 24 embroidered skirts, 6 embroidering shoes, 8 embroidered garments, 31 cloud shoulders, 25 pillow tops, 6 table circumferences and 10 others. These exhibitions were collected in Heluo area by the Museum in the past 30 years. The craft, theme and decoration are of high level and are very characteristic. The dataset includes: (1) photos of 260 embroidered cultural relics; (2) information of embroidered cultural relics, the attribute items include ID, name, picture, archived code, type, made dynasty and archived year. The dataset is archived in .jpg and .doc data format, and consist of 262 data files with data size of 1.45 GB (compressed into 4 data files with 1.45 GB).Browse

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Data Citation:

GE Shan. Dataset of Embroidery Cultural Relics in Luoyang Folk Museum[J/DB/OL]. Digital Journal of Global Change Data Repository, 2021.

GE Shan. Content and composition of embroidery dataset archived in Luoyang Folk Museum [J]. Journal of Global Change Data & Discovery, 2021, 5(4): 470-478.


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Data Product:

ID Data Name Data Size Operation
1 Info_EmbroideryCulturalRelics.docx 1492.06KB
2 Photos_EmbroideryCulturalRelics_1.rar 445329.54KB
3 Photos_EmbroideryCulturalRelics_2.rar 546500.40KB
4 Photos_EmbroideryCulturalRelics_3.rar 535411.48KB