Dragons are a sign of good luck, so the final piece, a side display table, includes a gold plated dragon holding a red ruby. This should bring all the good luck needed for this 3 piece setting.
These three pieces are also shown in a two sided Japanese diorama setting that includes one wall with a full length mural, a bamboo plant, and a second wall with sliding rice paper doors that open up to a Japanese garden. The doors actually work, so they can slide closed to provide privacy when needed.
All three furniture pieces are made from oak hardwood that has been painted a glossy black and feature bamboo inlays.
The Inaugural Gown; or is it the Coronation Gown? This had to be an elegant affair. The Princess chose regal style with bling! This gown has a full skirt of ivory silk taffeta with a 2 layer tulle underskirt and a silk habotai lining. It also has a petticoat of taffeta.
The bodice is a strapless sweetheart neckline made of ivory silk, embellished with a running swirly pattern of pearls and dotted with crystals. All the pearls and crystals are hand knotted. There is a full length removable overskirt with a modified train of the same beaded material as the bodice that fastens at the waist in front with a pearl and crystal closure. The gown has a zipper closure in back.