You may read stories on contemporary Chinese jewelry culture in the Jewelrykg story collection. 


Since ancient times, jade has been adored, used, and valued in China. No other gemstone compares to jade in popularity. Because they are aware of the jade's soul, the Chinese have an unrivaled affection for jade.


Usually people call the mixture of red, yellow, green, white and black the next five colors. The bright purple color in the next five colors was often used as a rare and extreme color in the Han Dynasty. In the Tang Dynasty, purple was the favorite color for official uniforms and royalty above the fifth rank, and the purple edge was the color of elegance.


In Chinese culture, color and craftsmanship, color and art, color and poetry, color and customs are inseparable from each other.

In the traditional customs, color culture is even stronger.

Yellow is the color of the emperor, the palace, the community, the temple and other major buildings are mostly yellow; yellow is also regarded as the color of transcendence, is the color of Buddhist worship, monk dress is yellow, the temple is also yellow.

Red is one of the favorite colors of the Chinese people, and it is indispensable for every New Year's festival, auspicious day and gathering of friends and relatives.

Purple is the color of auspiciousness and solemnity, and folk have "purple swallows on painted beams, flying to and fro in pairs. White is the color of bad luck and mourning, Chinese people only wear white in case of bad luck, vegetarian clothes, vegetarian clothes, vegetarian crown, and still do so today.


Chinese jewelry reached a higher level of aesthetics during the Qing Dynasty, and many surviving pieces of jewelry have made people today marvel at the skill of ancient craftsmen, not to mention the many pieces of jewelry that have been secretly hidden.



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