Feifengjin picks heart
Ming (1368-1644 AD)
size: 12.8 cm long; phoenix: 5.5 cm high, 7.7 cm long, 6.4 cm wide
Tangshan excavated in the suburbs of Nanchang City (now Qingshan Lake District) in 1983
jewelry. gold. The main body of the heart-pick is a phoenix bird that stretches its wings, holding its head up, spreading its wings, and flicking its tail. A flat hairpin foot is welded under the phoenix body. It uses the engraving process to engrave the wings and the hollow process to form a long tail. Its shape is stretched and the production is exquisite.
Ming Dynasty gold and silver jewelry has rich styles and complex combinations. The various hairpins in a pair of heads and faces are named because of their location. Heart-picking is the bottom-up hairpin inserted in the center of the hair bun on the upper forehead, so it is called "heart-picking". It is the most conspicuous position in jewelry.
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