Mainly because the Qing Dynasty believed in Buddhism, the decoration of Buddhism was Buddha beads! This on the neck of the Qing Dynasty officials, the beads wearing are not simple decorations. This bead is called "Chaozhu", which is a symbol of the identity of the Qing Dynasty officials.
The bunch of beads have a total of 108 beads, headed by the head of the Buddha, and each string of 27 beads into a big bead. "Dividence", four beads symbolize four seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter.
108 beads also correspond to the 12 zodiac signs, 24 solar terms and 72 days.
The three turquoise of the branch in the beads symbolize the three periods of the morning, middle and late periods, and upper, middle, and lower. The materials and size of Chaozhu represent the height of the official position. (Or agate, or beeswax, different official positions, and the materials of Chaozhu are also different.)
The materials of Chaozhu are very particular, and there are extremely strict grades regulations in materials.
Ip officials (positive, consulted) -Embeds of ruby Chaozhu, rubies symbolize noble and benevolent love, symbolizing the spirit of a noble personality and benevolence in the Qing Dynasty officials. (However, there is no ...) The second -grade officials -embedded red coral beads, penetrated the top of the ruby three -grade officials -embedded sapphire beads (same as above) Jinshi Chaozhu Five -grade officials -Embed Crystal Chaozhu Six -grade officials —— Embedded 磲 金 金 金 金 金 金 金 金 金 金 金 金 金 金 is one of the seven treasures of Buddhism.) Seven Pin, Eight Pin, Jiu Pin Gold.
Is when the Qing Dynasty officials were promoted or degraded, the corresponding pearls corresponding to their grade must be handed over to the court.
In the Qing Dynasty, Chaozhu could not be used as a private collection, it could not be destroyed intentionally, and could not be created privately. Officials must wear the beads when wearing a dynasty. If you disrespect to Chaozhu and Chao, he is disrespectful to the Qing emperor. In fact, Chaozhu is part of the Qing Dynasty service culture! Puzhao, also known as the robe, is a symbol of the status of officials in the Qing Dynasty, that is, the costumes that officials must wear when they are in the upper dynasty and office. "Chao Robe" was not unique to the Qing Dynasty. As early as the Zhou Dynasty, there was a tradition of "robe". The nature of not wearing robes and school uniforms is the same, but the result is very different ... After all, the teachers did not judge the power to decide.
The robe of officials of the Qing Dynasty was divided into two types. The first was a dress. The dressed robe and the auspicious robe belonged to the dresses. Each has four sets of spring, summer, autumn, and winter.
The dress is the clothes worn by the New Year or attending the Royal Party. Therefore, the Chaoba robe and auspicious robe can not be worn several times a year. The most particular about the official uniform is the second one -Chao Gow.
The towel, because there is a pattern of patch on the chest and back, it is also called "Buzi Server".
(the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty, there was a place in Nancheng District, Beijing called "Buzi Hutong", this alley is the place where the buyer and officer are sold) The reflection of officials has different grades, and the patterns of the nourishment on the gown are also different. Muzi service is divided into two types: "civilian and military officials".
The complement pattern of the civilian Yipin is the Hai Tianxian Crane;
Thenzi service pattern of the military officer is blue and blue unicorn; Wu Er is a golden lion; Wen San is a peacock, Wu San is a colorful tiger; Wen Si is a brown back cloudy swallow, Wu Si is a black -sprayed leopard; Six is the blue -mouth heron, Wu Liu is the golden eye flowers; Essence
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