The sculptures of classical furniture
in Ming and Qing dynasties are the masters of my country's carving art. As far as the content of sculpture is concerned, there are patterns of myths and stories, patterns of historical figures, dragons and phoenix patterns, plant patterns, animal patterns, miscellaneous treasure patterns, and natural scenery patterns. The various patterns on the classical furniture of the Ming and Qing Dynasties contain rich and diverse cultural connotations, such as historical figures, legends, religious culture, customs, etc., which fully reflect the Chinese people’s attitude towards a better life for thousands of years. Yearning and yearning. The above-mentioned decorative patterns have been fully applied on the famous sandalwood mahogany furniture. The following focuses on the stories in the furniture myths and ornaments of the Ming and Qing Dynasties: 1. The Eight Immortals and the Eight Immortals are divided into the Ming Eight Immortals, the Dark Eight Immortals, the Eight Immortals in Shu, and the Eight Immortals in Yin. 1. Eight Immortals cross the sea, namely Ming Eight Immortals. The pattern is the eight immortals of Taoism, each showing their supernatural powers, vying to cross the sea. Eight Immortals: namely Tieguai Li, Han Zhongli, Zhang Guolao, Lu Dongbin, Han Xiangzi, Uncle Cao Guo, Lan Caihe, He Xiangu. Legend has it that on the way home to celebrate the Queen Mother’s birthday, the Eight Immortals passed by the East Ocean Sea and each used their own magic weapons to protect themselves as boats. Among classical furniture, 'Ming Baxian' is often used for screens. 2. The Dark Eight Immortals. The pattern is decorated with the 'magic weapon' held by the Eight Immortals. Namely Tieguai Li’s gourd, Han Zhongli’s fan, Zhang Guolao’s fishing drum, Lu Dongbin’s sword, Han Xiangzi’s flower basket, Cao Guoji’s Yin and Yang board, Lan Caihe’s flute, and He Xiangu’s lotus. The 'Dark Eight Immortals' are generally used on the counter, that is, the treasures held by the Eight Immortals are used to imply each of the gods, such as the top cabinet of the famous sandalwood. 3. The Eight Immortals in Shuzhong. Jin Qiaoxiu's 'Story of Shu' contains: Rong Chenggong, Li Er, Dong Zhongshu, Zhang Daoling, Zhuang Junping, Li Babai, Fan Changsheng, and Mr. Er Zhu became immortals in Shu and called them the 'Eight Immortals in Shu'. 4. Drink the Eight Immortals. Also known as 'The Eight Immortals of Jiu': Li Bai, He Zhizhang, Li Shizhi, Li Jing (king of Ruyang), Cui Zongzhi, Su Jin, Zhang Xu, and Jiao Sui. 2. Celestial Flower Scattering The Celestial Scattering Flower pattern is a fairy hand-held flower basket that scatters flowers in the air. Legend has it that the dragon king offered water, sprayed the dust of the horses and carts, the goddess scattered flowers, decorated the grass and trees of the mountains and forests, and filled the world with spring, a sign of auspiciousness. 3. Chang'e flying to the moon The pattern of Chang'e flying to the moon is like a fairy flying to the moon palace. Chang'e, the myth and legend is Hou Yi's wife. Hou Yi got the elixir of life from Queen Mother of the West. After Chang'e stole it, he went to the Moon Palace. Then there is the verse of 'Chang'e should regret stealing the elixir, the blue sea and the blue sky and the heart of the night'. 4. The three-star high-lighting pattern is three old gods. In ancient times, the three gods of Fu, Lu, and Shou were three stars. According to legend, the lucky stars are the masters of misfortune, the lucky stars are the rich and the poor, and the longevity is the life and death. The three stars symbolize happiness, wealth and longevity. The pattern is an old birthday star, a deer, and a flying bat, also known as Fu Lu Shou. 5. The Eight Treasures of the Buddha are decorated with Buddhist schools. The Buddha’s Eight Treasures, also known as the Eight Auspicious Relics, refer to the eight magic objects in Tibetan Buddhism, namely, Dharma Conch, Dharma Wheel, Treasure Umbrella, White Cover, Lotus, Aquarius, Goldfish, and Pan Long. The combined pattern of the eight magic objects means 'the eight treasures are radiant and auspicious'. In Tibetan Buddhism, the other 'eight auspiciousness' (also known as 'eight auspicious elements') are mirrors, cheese, longevity thatch, papaya, dextral conch, bezoar, yellow pill, and white mustard seeds, which are used for Buddha but not Among the traditional furniture patterns. The auspicious knots, wonderful lotus, umbrella, conch, golden wheel, victory tower, aquarium, and gold fish in Tibetan Buddhist temples are also called 'eight auspicious signs' or 'eight auspicious emblemsfurniture. Sixth, eighteen arhats are decorated with eighteen arhats. Arhat is short for 'Arhat' transliterated in Sanskrit. Buddhism believes that a person's accomplishments can be divided into different levels due to different cultivation skills. Each achievement is called a 'fruit position.' 'Arahant Fruits' are the highest attainments in Hinayana Buddhism practice, and are lower than Buddhas and Bodhisattvas in Mahayana Buddhism, and are the third class. The eighteen arhats are said to have received the orders of the Buddha. Seventh, the group of immortals wishing birthday to the group of immortals birthday pattern for many immortals each holding gifts, implying their auspicious and festive meanings. According to folklore, March 3 is the birthday of the Queen Mother and the Queen Mother. The Queen Mother held a flat peach festival and various gods came to celebrate her birthday.
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