"Work must be intentional; meaning will be auspicious", this is the old saying in the jade line. Auspicious Ruitu is a kind of traditional Chinese decorative art figure, and is also the most common theme in jade carving patterns.
China has a history of seven thousand years of jade, and in this long period of time, our ancestors have created many designs that pursue a good life and auspicious auspiciousness. These patterns are the concrete manifestations of Chinese traditional blessing culture, reflecting people's good and healthy thoughts and feelings, which are widely spread in the society and are popular with people.
Fu, refers to the blessing, good luck, Hong Fu and so on. "Han Feizi": "The whole life is rich and rich is the blessing." "Fuyuan goodness" in "Thousand Characters" means that happiness is due to good and happy.
As the saying goes: "People squatting five blessings, spending three springs." Five blessings, is auspicious concrete. Fu, Lu, Shou, Xi, and Cai are known as the Five Fortunes in the folk; Fuxing, Lu Xing, Shou Xing, Xishen, and God of Wealth are honored as the Five Fortunes in the Immortal World. It can be said that blessing is a general summary of all auspiciousness.
The bat, although it looks like a rat, is nocturnal, but it is considered auspicious because it is homophonic with "Fu". As a result, patterns such as "Five Fortunes" and "Fushou Ruyi" and many patterns of bats are widely spread on the land of China, regardless of poverty or wealth. Especially in the jade carving pattern, the highest frequency of occurrence is the subject of the five blessings.
There are many combinations of common Fushou Shuangquan, such as the bat and the slogan "Shou" and two ancient coins; bat, shou peach and two ancient coins; old shouxing and taotao boys look up to the bats flying in the air; bats and turtles and doubles Money; buddha and peach and double money pattern. "Shang Shu·Hong Fan": "Five Fortunes, One Life." Fu is the auspicious honor, and Shou is the head of the Five Fortunes. As the saying goes: "Fu has no double." Cai Shen's "Shang Shu Ji Chuan" said: "People have a life, and then can enjoy the blessings." Fushou double to, it is the best of both worlds, it is commendable. In the picture, bat and shou peach mean "fu" and "longevity" respectively. If you have double money, you can borrow the homonym of "money" and "full".
Fu, Lu, and Shou are the three major items of happiness in life that people have been pursuing for a long time in their pursuit of a happy life. Among them, the longevity and longevity of the Shouzhi is the biggest wish of people. Lu refers to wealth and wealth. If people in life can have both Shou and Lu, Fu will be in it.
Among the sixty-four hexagrams of the Book of Changes, there are many shackles belonging to Sanyang, and the baht is one of them. Therefore, “Kaitai” is used as a symbol of Jiyun. The sheep and the yang are the same, and the "three sheep" and the "three yang" pass. Sheep are often used as patterns in bells, tripods, and urns, and are one of the oldest auspicious patterns.
In addition, the sheep is a simplified form of Xiangzi. Sheep characters are commonly found in bronzes and other drums and are used in patterns such as drawings, miscellaneous items, stationery, and buildings. Sanyang homophonic "three yang". Sanyang is a scorpion, and Yizheng belongs to Sanyang. Kaitai is also anonymity, showing the dryness of the Kun, the heavens and the earth intersect and everything opens. Opening is the meaning of opening, and Kaitai indicates that it is extremely good to be able to hand over the meaning of good luck. Sanyang Kaitai, the language of "easy". The first month is the Thai baht, and the Sanyang is born in the lower part. Take the winter to the spring, the yin and the yang are long, and there is an auspicious image.
The egret, also known as the egret, often appears in ancient poetry and auspicious paintings and is loved by literati. The heron is also the complement of the Ming and Qing dynasty. When the reed grows, it grows into pieces, taking its "Lianke". Also, "Lian" and "Lian" are homophonic, and also "Lianke". In the old time, the imperial examination was called "Lianke". With the "One Road Linkage", the official journey is smooth and smooth. Hi de Lianke. Similar to the content expressed by Lianke, except that the egret in the pattern was replaced by magpie.
In the Song Dynasty, Su Shi’s "Liang Shuo turned to the Dafufu": "Because of the arbitrage of the people, the country's big handle; the appraisal of the ranks of the ranks, the common law of the shackles." "Learning is the best," the imperial examination is the ladder leading to the officialdom. In the picture, "Xi" is shown by the magpie, and the "Lianke" is said to be a reed, which means that the official career is bright and the future is bright. All the way to Ronghua. One of the egrets in the picture means “all the way” and the hibiscus flower means “the glory”. Wang Anshi's "Reflection to Frost" poems praised hibiscus flowers: "The group is completely fragrant." The hibiscus flower is a symbol of Ronghua's brilliance, and it is combined with peony as "the rich and the rich." "All the way to Ronghua" and "One Road Linkage" are close to each other, which means that you will enjoy the prosperity of your life.
The old association has: "The house of Jishan is auspicious for thousands of years, and the people who cultivate the blessings are rich and eternal." The wealthy Wandai apartment not only can live a good life, but also hopes that the children and grandchildren will live a prosperous and happy life. The picture shows the peony flower is rich. The vine grass is a banded vine plant. The "vine belt" and the "wandai" homophonic sounds are combined into a wealthy generation and appear on traditional patterns.
The meaning of wealthy and eternal life is the same as that of wealthy generations. In the picture, the rich flower peony takes its "rich", the sweet-scented osmanthus takes its "expensive", and Wannian takes its "wannian" and combines it with "rich years." Peony, osmanthus and evergreen are precious flowers, and they have auspicious meaning in Chinese traditional culture. The meaning is rich and long, and it lasts for thousands of years.
The mirrors of ancient China are made of copper. The front light of the mirror can be seen, and the back is mostly auspicious patterns or auspicious words. "With copper as a mirror, you can have a crown; with a human mirror, you can be yourself." The back of the bronze mirror shows the "bat" pattern of "Fu", and the words "Long Acacia, Don't Forget, Always Rich, Le Weiyang" .