Jade hairpin with bird pattern, Post Shijiahe culture
- Image Number: Jewelry/jade
Jade articles shaped or decorated with birds, It is a necessary outfit for religious figures in various clans in prehistoric East China. For example, the shape sources of headwear in Liangzhu culture, such as the crown (comb back) and trident, may all be related to birds. The bird hairpin of the Houshijiahe culture is more realistic, describing the posture of the eagles when they perch with their wings close together. There are many jade hairpins of this shape, most of which are carved in the upper half. Below the two circles of string patterns, the round vertebral column remains smooth. One more drill is drilled across the bird’s wings, which may be tied to the hair bun with silk thread. When eagle hairpins are adorned on the top of your head, you will feel like a bird of divinity, caring and protecting secular people.
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