In ancient China, the term "jewelry" can be found in phrases like "Han Shu Hou The following book about fashion and public opinion: "Observing that birds and other animals possess the As jewelry, they created the crown and tassel (pronunciation: pui)." The phrase "Qin Xiong vassal, is added to its military jewelry for the descending Komao, to show the nobility" is also included. "Wearing the jewelry of gold and cui," according to Cao Zhi's "Luo Shen Fu." Jewelry at first solely referred to "ornaments worn on the head." In The Book of Han, Wang Mang said "The head was at the end of the pole, the gems were in the ears, and the jewelry still existed, so if this is the plan, it is not only a reward!
The mother of a hundred years old and the son of a youngster were both amputated at the same time. The Tang Dynasty poet Chen Ziang also mentioned He writes, "Charming and gorgeous jewelry, flourishing and rotting brocade coverlet" in lines II–III of his poem "A Sensational Encounter." There is a similar reference to jewelry in the Yuan Dynasty poem "Jade Mirror Terrace" by Guan Hanqing: "There are limitless embroideries and pearls in the cabinet, but I can hook you up with some jewelry." Therefore, it is not difficult to comprehend the term "jewelry's" origin. And as the variety of jewelry increased, it started to include bracelets, rings, necklaces, earrings, and other accessories. Ninth Second Round: "Dream of the Red Chamber" Then, from his bosom, he removed a box containing gold beads and jewelry. Let's explore the figurative meaning of jewelry after learning its Chinese jewelry development history.
In the "Peak Cave," which is located atop the keel of Zhoukoudian in Beijing, Chinese archaeologists made the discovery of a late Paleolithic man cave site in 1930. There, they found several perforated ornaments in addition to preserved bones representing eight different individuals. The earliest "jewelry" unearthed in China can be categorized as these pierced ornaments, many of which feature red hematite coloring. These decorations stand out because they are smooth, regular, petite, and lovely. Form and mix of ornamentation also have some peculiarities based on the material. Examples include low material hardness, simple processing forms that are very similar to the material prototype, and repeated permutations of the same shape. Nevertheless, these are only