A watery theme in textiles this time. These images show details of the designs on the hems on two Chinese silk embroidered dragon festive robes, worn by an Imperial consort and an Imperial prince during the Qing dynasty (1856-1908). They are displayed in a glass case at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England. The hems of the garments depict waves and surf while dragons fly overhead on the main body of the robe. If you look closely at the detail of the churning water, you may see small stalk-eyed crabs, sea snails with coiled shells, leaping blue fish, and strange sea anemones lurking in the foam.