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Ruby White Flower And Ruby Green Flower 2 Tassel Hairpin-Wood

Ruby White Flower And Ruby Green Flower 2 Tassel Hairpin-Wood

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In Chinese culture, the hairpin holds significant symbolism and has been a popular accessory for centuries. Here are some key aspects of the hairpin's significance in Chinese culture:

Traditional Fashion: Hairpins have been an integral part of traditional Chinese fashion for both men and women. They were commonly used to secure and adorn hairstyles, particularly for women during imperial China.
Symbol of Elegance: Hairpins were associated with grace, femininity, and elegance. They were often crafted with intricate designs, and delicate materials like jade, gold, silver, or precious gems, reflecting the wearer's social status and taste.
Marriage Symbol: Hairpins were traditionally given as betrothal gifts during weddings. The hairpin symbolized a woman's transition from girlhood to womanhood and her new role as a wife. It was also believed to bring good luck and happiness to the bride.
Cultural Significance: Hairpins had cultural significance beyond their decorative purpose. They were thought to have protective qualities, warding off evil spirits and bad luck. Additionally, they were believed to promote good health, prevent headaches, and improve blood circulation when inserted into the hair.
Regional Variations: Different regions of China had their own unique hairpin styles and designs. For example, in southern China, hairpins often featured intricate carved flowers, while in northern China, hairpins were larger and more elaborate, sometimes even resembling a crown.
Symbol of Love: Hairpins were also associated with romantic love and courtship. Men would often give hairpins to women they admired or were pursuing as a sign of affection and interest.
It's important to note that while hairpins have historical and cultural significance in Chinese culture, their everyday use has diminished in modern times. However, they still hold sentimental and nostalgic value and can be seen in traditional ceremonies, performances, and cultural events.

Size: 18cm
Weight: 30g
Material: copper, synthetic glass, colored stone


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  • The best way to maintain silver jewelry is to wear it regularly.
  • Avoid exposing it to seawater, hot springs, and sulfur soap.
  • If it turns black or yellow due to oxidation, the easiest way to clean it is to use a toothbrush and toothpaste.
  • Traditional methods such as using a silver polishing cloth or a silver polishing stick can also restore it.
  • When not wearing it, wipe it dry with a cotton cloth or tissue, and store it in a sealed bag to isolate it from the air.
  • For most people, wearing silver jewelry makes it increasingly shiny, but for a few people, it may turn black, which is a normal reaction.
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