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White Flower 6 Beads Leaves Tassel Hairpin-Wood

White Flower 6 Beads Leaves Tassel Hairpin-Wood

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The tassel hairpin holds cultural significance in Chinese culture and has been a traditional accessory for women for centuries. Here are some key aspects of the tassel hairpin's significance:

Ornamental Accessory: The tassel hairpin is primarily worn as an ornamental accessory in traditional Chinese hairstyles. It consists of a long, decorative tassel attached to a hairpin or hair stick, which is used to secure the hair in an elegant and stylish manner.
Symbol of Femininity: The tassel hairpin is associated with femininity, grace, and beauty. It is often crafted with colorful silk threads, beads, gemstones, or intricate embroidery, enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal and adding a touch of glamour to the wearer's appearance.
Traditional Costume: Tassel hairpins are commonly worn as part of traditional Chinese costumes during festive occasions, weddings, and cultural events. They complement the attire and add a traditional touch to the overall ensemble.
Symbol of Good Luck: In Chinese culture, tassels are often considered symbols of good luck and auspiciousness. The flowing nature of the tassel is believed to attract positive energy, ward off evil spirits, and bring good fortune to the wearer.
Cultural Heritage: Tassel hairpins have a long history in Chinese culture and are regarded as part of the country's cultural heritage. They showcase the craftsmanship and artistry of Chinese artisans, who have perfected the techniques of creating intricate tassels with various materials and designs.
Regional Variations: Different regions in China may have their own unique styles and designs of tassel hairpins, reflecting local customs and traditions. For example, in the northern regions, tassel hairpins may be more elaborate and adorned with beads or gemstones, while in the southern regions, they may feature delicate embroidery and silk threads.
It's important to note that while the tassel hairpin was popular in the past, its everyday use has diminished in modern times. However, it still holds cultural and nostalgic values and is often seen in traditional ceremonies, theatrical performances, and cultural displays, preserving its significance in Chinese culture.

Size: 18cm
Weight: 11.6g
Material: glass, agate, pink crystal


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