Many windows of traditional Chinese architectures are generously ornamented. Mostly constructed of hand-carved wood, Chinese lattice design is characterized by cultural symbols and repetitive use of geometric patterns.
Paper Cutting is a Chinese folk art of a long history. The art of cutting paper, prepared wholly by skillful manipulation of scissors, can easily be found in Chinese décor, especially during festive times like Chinese New Year.
Imperial jewellery was the most delicate part of imperial costume. The most frequently used precious gems like pearl, jadeite, tourmaline, coral, ruby, sapphire and so forth, were set in gold and silver.
Using the classical Lattice collection as blueprint, YEWN’s brand new Floral.Lattice collection combines this venerable architectural art form with beautiful sights of rivers and mountains to create this masterpiece.
In the Manchu language, “Abkai Wehiyehe” means “ Blessed by the Heavens” and was the name of Qing Dynasty emperor Gaozong, whose reign was called Qianlong. Born in 1711 and passing away in 1799, his life spanned much of the Eighteenth century.