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Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Cranes (120 cm X 73 cm) #1

Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Cranes (120 cm X 73 cm) #1
Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Cranes (120 cm X 73 cm) #1
Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Cranes (120 cm X 73 cm) #1
Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Cranes (120 cm X 73 cm) #1
Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Cranes (120 cm X 73 cm) #1

Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Cranes (120 cm X 73 cm) #1
You’re viewing a 100% handmade , authentic silk Chinese embroidery featuring eight beautiful cranes. This artwork contains six poised cranes on the right standing together on the grass, and two cranes on the left elegantly preparing to take flight from the pine tree. With this item, you will notice its glossy texture and multi-colored threads woven to create gorgeous and vivid colors. The background of the grass seems painted but is actually finely and professionally woven to create a soft look. We would like to emphasize the amount of quality and care put into this product, as. The creator of this design carefully stitched together the details of this embroidery, taking at least 3 years to finish. We know you will enjoy this unique, authentic product! The Symbol of the Crane. Throughout all of Asia, the crane has been a symbol of happiness and eternal youth. In Chinese paintings, cranes are often painted with other important symbols such as peaches and pine trees. In Japanese, Chinese, and Korean tradition, cranes stand for good fortune and longevity because of its fabled life span of a thousand years. In China, the crane is legendary for being the prince of all feathered creature on earth. The crane is the most favored bird symbol next to the phoenix. This bird was represented on civil officials robes, it was used to depict rank throughout the different dynasties. Since the crane has long beak, long legs and long neck, the bird is also called as three long. It has one meter high while standing straight. The wings of the crane was. Used as an amulet against exhaustion and tiredness. Because people admired it for untiring strength in flight. In Feng Shui, b. Irds in general, bring good luck if you place them in the South facing side of your room! We are proud of these fine artworks because of their authenticity in being. And beautiful portrayals of what the symbols represent in Chinese culture. Since we are a framing company, the reason why we do not frame these embroideries is because of how prone to breakage the framed item would be. We apologize for this inconvenience. Please don’t hesitate to ask any questions. Our customers are our number one priority! Check out our other Chinese embroideries, all handwoven with authentic silk and each are unique to their own design and size! Includes cranes, horses, and the immortals. The item “Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Cranes (120 cm X 73 cm) #1″ is in sale since Tuesday, August 18, 2015. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Robes & Textiles”. The seller is “picassoframe” and is located in Azusa, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Maker: Handmade
  • Type: Kimonos, Robes & Textiles
  • Primary Material: Silk & Fabric
  • Age: 20th Century
  • Region of Origin: China
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Reproduction

Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Cranes (120 cm X 73 cm) #1
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