Jade square bracelet with carried pattern, early Yangzhu culture
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Early Liangzhu Culture, The belief of “animal spirit worship” is popular in East China. Witches wear all kinds of jade articles carved with animal patterns, hoping that the magic power of gods and animals can help people communicate with God. Four or four groups of “facial patterns” are embossed around the jade bracelet, making the round bracelet gradually tend to square bracelet. But at this time, it was also used to cover the wrists of witches, which did not have the function of sacrificial place, so it should not be called Cong. It was once equipped with copper gallbladder and wooden seat for flower arrangement in the Qing Palace. The outer wall may have been rubbed and dyed, while the inner wall remains the original green. Square cylinder, still retaining the shallow arc wall. The decorations are divided into upper and lower sections, each with double circles of eyelids and triangular corners, and multiple parallel lines carved on the long horizontal edges. The short cross edge is carved with a moire
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