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Exquisite ancient Chinese white jade carving phoenix hairpin Hair Sticks

Exquisite ancient Chinese white jade carving phoenix hairpin Hair Sticks - dream on! plus I'd probably break it

Kanzashi & Kushi Some 400 years ago, Japan took the simple comb and transformed it into an elegant beauty accessory that became a work of art. Japanese kushi (combs) and kanzashi (hairpins) became expressions of a woman’s character, social class, religion, and people could even tell what neighbourhood someone lived in by looking at their hair ornaments .

400 years ago, Japanese kushi (combs) & kanzashi (hairpins) became expressions of a woman’s character, social class, religion & people could even tell what neighborhood someone lived in by looking at their hair ornaments

Original handmade tassels Chaitou classical hairpin hair ornaments Han Chinese clothing cheongsam costume accessories, the new version free ...

Original handmade tassels Chaitou classical hairpin hair ornaments Han Chinese clothing cheongsam costume accessories, the new version free .

Gradually changes in color the blue water lily/Lotus hair sticks/ hair pin/ hair accessories/hair comb/ Bridal headpieces//Chinese Kanzashi on Etsy, $42.00

Gradually changes in color the blue water lily/Lotus hair stick/hair comb/ Bridal headpieces/ Kanzashi/hair clip/hair slide/asian tradition

Gradually changes in color the blue water lily/Lotus hair sticks/ hair pin/ hair accessories/hair comb/ Bridal headpieces//Chinese Kanzashi

China | Collection of gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hair ornaments; formed as single and double pronged hairpins, four earpick-hairpins, one formed as a pagoda containing a seated figure, the others with foliate designs, insects and birds | Qing Dynasty | 2'800£ ~ sold (May '15)

Stunning collection of hairpins from the Quing Dynasty: one formed as a pagoda containing a seated figure, the others depicting flowers, insects and birds.

Ancient jewelry in China. The usage of hairpins represents a general trend in hair decorations, embodying women's head ornaments development

Traditional handicraft: dian cui (Made from kingfisher feathers). I heard that the birds became nearly extinct from this practice.

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