Skip to product information
1 of 3

Chinese showcase

White Flower 2 Pink Beads Tassel Hairpin-Wood

White Flower 2 Pink Beads Tassel Hairpin-Wood

Regular price $24.99 USD
Regular price $29.99 USD Sale price $24.99 USD
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.
In Chinese culture, the hairpin holds significant symbolism and cultural value. Hairpins have been used for centuries and are often considered both practical accessories and objects of beauty. Here are some key aspects of hairpins in Chinese culture:

Traditional Hairpin Types: Hairpins in China come in various styles and materials. They can be made of precious metals like gold or silver, adorned with gemstones, or crafted from materials such as bamboo, wood, or ivory. Different regions and time periods may have specific hairpin designs.
Fashion and Decoration: Hairpins are primarily used to adorn hairstyles, particularly for women. They are seen as fashionable accessories that enhance the overall appearance and elegance. Hairpins are often elaborately decorated with intricate designs, auspicious symbols, and motifs from nature like flowers, birds, or mythical creatures.
Symbol of Femininity and Marriage: Hairpins hold symbolic significance for women in Chinese culture. They are associated with femininity, grace, and marital status. Unmarried women typically wear decorative hairpins to signify their availability for marriage, while married women wear hairpins as a symbol of their married status and commitment.
Superstitions and Beliefs: Hairpins are believed to possess protective and auspicious qualities. In ancient China, people believed that hairpins could ward off evil spirits and bring good luck. Certain hairpin designs were also considered to have symbolic meanings, such as promoting happiness, prosperity, or fertility.
Cultural Traditions and Rituals: Hairpins feature in various cultural traditions and rituals. For example, during traditional Chinese weddings, the bride wears a hairpin as part of her bridal attire, symbolizing her transition into marriage. The groom may also present a hairpin to his bride as a symbol of his commitment and care.
Historical and Literary References: Hairpins have been mentioned in Chinese literature and historical records for centuries. They often appear in poems, novels, and artworks as symbols of beauty, femininity, and romantic love. These references have contributed to the enduring cultural significance of hairpins in Chinese society.
It's worth noting that while hairpins have a rich cultural heritage in China, modern fashion trends and lifestyles have also influenced the way they are used and perceived today.

Size: 18cm
Weight: 30g
Material: glass, garnet


International Shipping Time Estimates

Expedited:3-7 Days
Standard:7-45 Days

We use the following carriers to deliver our orders:

China Post
Hong Kong Post

What do we have?

We have

✔Chinese style pendant

✔Chinese style ring

✔Chinese style Hairpin

✔Chinese style bookmark

✔Chinese style KeyChain

✔Chinese style Bracelet

✔Chinese style fans

Made from bronze,Jade,silver, silk,Rosewood, Pearl,gold, or alloy. 

Silver Jewelry Maintenance Tips

  • 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.
View full details

Featured collection