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Fasting Card 斋戒牌

By |五月 12th, 2015|Applied Art|

Speaking of the fasting, except to burn incense to Buddha, it is undoubtedly most closely related to the sacrifice. It is a major event in the ancient Chinese ritual of sacrifice. The resulting fasting card was widely used as a warning sign of the self-control and the fast by ancient Chinese during sacrifice period. Because

Song Dynasty Famous Inkstone 宋代名砚

By |五月 7th, 2015|Applied Art, Scholar's Studio|

Together with brush, inksticker and Xuan paper, inkstone(simplified Chinese: 砚; traditional Chinese: 硯, or 研),is known as one of the Chinese Four Treasures of the Study. It is a stone mortar used in Chinese calligraphy and painting for grinding and containing ink. The inkstone is also a very important culture element in the traditional Chinese

Collections of Ruyi 如意精品

By |五月 1st, 2015|Applied Art|

Ruyi (如意, lit. "as desired; as [you] wish) is a curved decorative object that serves as a ceremonial sceptre in Chinese Buddhism or a talisman symbolizing power and good fortune in Chinese folklore. A traditional ruyi has a long S-shaped handle and a head fashioned like a fist, cloud, or lingzhi mushroom. Ruyi are constructed

Classical Chinese Furniture Art 中式家具

By |四月 25th, 2015|Applied Art, Furniture|

The Chinese  furniture, in principle, can be divided into five categories by their different functions: bed & couch 床榻類, desk & table 桌案類, chair & stool 椅凳類, cabinet 櫃架類, and miscellaneous category 雜項類. Bed & Couch 床榻類 Classic Chinese bed and couch furnitures include platform, day bed, canopy bed.  Day bed also have two types.

Scholar’s Studio Art “Arm Rest” 臂搁精品

By |四月 21st, 2015|Applied Art, Scholar's Studio|

Scholar’s Studio Art "Arm Rest" 臂搁精品 Arm rest (Bi Ge 臂搁) is an ancient Chinese writing appliances for resting arm during writing. In addition to preventing the ink stick in the outer sleeve, cushioning arm rest during writing makes the wrist feel very comfortable, especially when writing a small font by Chinese brush. Therefore,

Scholar’s Studio Art Brush Pot 文房精品笔筒

By |四月 14th, 2015|Applied Art, Scholar's Studio|

Scholar's Studio Art Brush Pot 文房精品笔筒

Chinese Scholar’s Studio Treasures 文房精品

By |四月 7th, 2015|Applied Art, Featured Post, Scholar's Studio|

Scholar's Studio Treasures 文房精品 In a Chinese traditional scholar's studio, there are a great variety of stationeries and study accessories. Among them, four treasures of study or four jewels of study is most famous. Four treasures of study is an expression used to denote the four most popular stationeries brush, ink, paper and ink

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Chinese Incense Burner 香炉

By |四月 2nd, 2015|Applied Art|

Chinese Incense Burner 香炉

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Chinese Art of Food Container- Cuan He & Cuan Pan (攒盒 攒盘)

By |四月 1st, 2015|Applied Art|

Chinese Art of Food Container- Cuan He & Cuan Pan (攒盒 攒盘) Cuan He (攒盒) is a very popular food container box that has different compartments. Cuan Pan (攒盘)is a set of assembled dishes. Both Cuan He and Cuan Pan are very popular food container used in Chinese tea ceremory or parties. The history

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Chinese Art- Precious Stone Bonsais & Potted Landscapes 宝石盆景

By |三月 28th, 2015|Applied Art, Decoration Art, Imperial China, Qing dynasty, Timeline|

Chinese Precious Stone Bonsai & Potted Landscapes Precious stone bonsais were wildly used in Qing Dynasty palace furnishings to bring grand palace splendid living environment. In the north of China, there are four distinctive seasons. During cold winter season, Precious stone bonsai looks like never withered plant and fruit bonsai and keeps a fresh and

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