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Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Horses (200 cm x 91 cm) #2

Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Horses (200 cm x 91 cm) #2
Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Horses (200 cm x 91 cm) #2
Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Horses (200 cm x 91 cm) #2
Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Horses (200 cm x 91 cm) #2
Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Horses (200 cm x 91 cm) #2
Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Horses (200 cm x 91 cm) #2

Handwoven Silk Chinese Embroidery 8 Horses (200 cm x 91 cm) #2
You’re viewing a 100% handmade, authentic silk Chinese embroidery featuring eight majestic horses. This artwork contains a herd of eight horses galloping together in the mountains, looking as if they are almost flying. He ability to fly has been associated with survival throughout all of Chinese history. 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 Horse. In Chinese culture, the horse represents power and nobility. It’s certainly not unique to Chinese culture that the horse is also seen as a sign of strength, vitality, speed, and beauty. The animal has definitely been revered for thousands of years, giving it a very privileged place in Chinese culture. The horse also played an important role in the mythology of early China. It was closely associated with the dragon, with both thought capable of flight and of carrying their riders to the home of the immortals. As one of the symbols in the Chinese zodiac animals, the horse sign is equated with Gemini–horse symbolizes energy in Buddhist religion. This strong animal also played a crucial role in the dominance and development of the Chinese Empire. Its significance has been such that as early as the Shang Dynasty ca. In Feng Shui, horse is used to symbolize movement and power. It is normally used by people who would like to travel. A horse sculpture or painting can be placed near, or on an executive’s desk to reinforce his image as a dynamic and powerful man, but it should not be headed toward the window or door. Horses in full gallop. Represents the speedy arrival of your good fortune. Horse paintings contain the Yang energy and element of Fire. It is best placed in the living and family areas, (often placed in the south part of living room). Displaying a horse that is rearing up is not recommended, particularly if it’s directly behind or directly confronting you, as this may cause you accidents as well as physical problems related to the limbs. 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 silk embroideries, all handmade and vintage. Includes horses, 8 immortals, and more! This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Robes & Textiles”. The seller is “picassoframe” and is located in this country: US. 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 Horses (200 cm x 91 cm) #2
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