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Chinese 100% handmade xiang embroidery with scroll gift - Yi you suo si

Chinese 100% handmade xiang embroidery with scroll gift - Yi you suo si

Changsha, Hunan, China

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Chinese 100% Handmade Xiang Embroidery with scroll to hang in house gift - Yi You Suo SirnrnOriginate from Chinese Famous PaintingrnrnrnYi you suo si means something to think, with ancient Chinese civilization style. An old teacher (named Lao fuzi in ancient time) is teaching a child. rnrnThe pattern is 100% handmade embroidery with pure natural silk, which makes it exquisite. It is the best choice for gifts to relatives, friends and business partners.rnrn1) Original: Directly from Changsha, Hunan (Xiang) - The birth place of Xiang Embroideryrnrn2) Size of embroidery Slice in the center of scroll (excluding the back cloth): 40 * 18cmrnrn3) Quality: 100% hand embroideredrnrn4) Usage: very easy, there are lines on both ends. You can directly hang on the place you like. And it is with a scroll. When you want to pack it away, just roll up. It will save much room.rnrn5) Packing: Exquisite gift packaging

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Yi you suo si means something to think, with ancient Chinese civilization style. An old teacher (named Lao fuzi in ancient time) is teaching a child. rnrnThe pattern is 100% handmade embroidery with pure natural silk, which makes it exquisite. It is the best choice for gifts to relatives, friends and business partners.rnrn1) Original: Directly from Changsha, Hunan (Xiang) - The birth place of Xiang Embroideryrnrn2) Size of embroidery Slice in the center of scroll (excluding the back cloth): 40 * 18cmrnrn3) Quality: 100% hand embroideredrnrn4) Usage: very easy, there are lines on both ends. You can directly hang on the place you like. And it is with a scroll. When you want to pack it away, just roll up. It will save much room.rnrn5) Packing: Exquisite gift packaging

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About Xiang embroideryrnrnXiang embroidery is considered one of the four great embroidery styles of China, and has been practiced in China for hundreds of years. The Xiang embroidery style originated in the Hunan province of China, where examples of embroidery have been found which date back more than 2,300 years. Embroidery in the Hunan province has developed extensively in the intervening centuries. Xiang embroidery is far more akin to folk art with its loose threads and rich colors. Xiang embroidery is still produced today, and is popular throughout China and around the world. rnrnThe history of Xiang embroidery starts in the Chu Kingdom, around the third century B.C. Excavations of archaeological sites dating back to this period have discovered examples of embroidery produced in the Hunan province which use fine silk and multiple colors. However, the Xiang embroidery style that is most familiar to modern audiences developed during the Qing dynasty (1644-1911). Because of its relatively late introduction. Xiang embroidery embodies many unique characteristics that mark it a style all on its own. rnrnXiang embroidery is done on transparent chiffon silk. The silk threads are dyed and then soaked in water containing pod nuts - the oil in these nuts tends to make the thread soft and easy to work with. There are several distinct needling techniques used, and their lack of precision is by design - the random or uneven nature of this needling means that colors and textures are often mixed together with great effect. The most famous examples of Xiang embroidery use tigers as their subject. Birds, landscape scenes, and people can also be used as subjects - one of the characteristics of Xiang embroidery is that animals and people seem to be alive, thanks to the vibrant colors and often almost three dimensional effect created by the thick knots and stitching. Xiang embroidery pieces are often two sided, with different patterns or images on each side of the transparent chiffon. rnrnXiang embroidery has earned a place amongst its fellow styles as one of four the great Chinese embroidery styles. By using elements of ancient Hunan embroidery, Xiang embroidery makes figures and colors come alive with vibrant textures and craftsmanship. Examples of Xiang embroidery are still popular today, and can be used practically as clothing, pillow cases, and sheets, or as art pieces in and of themselves. Indeed, one can "help feeling somewhat awed in the presence of these wonderful works of art. It embodies as much the art of painting as that of embroidery.

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