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Love Elegant Green Leaf Jacquard Silk Women Shirts Autumn Office Ladies V-Neck Lantern Shirt Long Sleeves Tops Female BY057

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    ♦ Chapter 3: Waves and Waves

    • “Picture of Waves and Waves” Ma Yuan, Southern Song Dynasty

    ▸  “Tao” is the core of Zhuangzi’s transcendence philosophy, “Xin Zhai” and “Sit and Forget” are ideal means to achieve transcendence, “Xiaoyao” is the realm of freedom of life, “All things are the inevitable worldview for pursuing freedom of life, the inspiration of this series The source is from the Southern Song Dynasty Mr. Ma Yuan’s “Layered Waves and Waves”, under the wind, layer upon layer, layers of clouds splashed into the water, ripples into the wind, overlapping jade under the ice, the waves resemble red clouds.

    ♦ Designer Says:

    The advantage of the material with texture effect is that it can express your ideas in simplicity.Although this shirt looks very slim, it is not. It should be just right. The loose-leaf design on both sides of the side is the highlight. Surprised, always believe that something beautiful is about to happen.

    • Fabric color number:GB7

    ♦ Fabric:Mulberry silk 100%

    ♦ Mulberry Silk Thickness:20 m/m

    • m/m is not millimeter, it’s the unit of thickness of silk fabric mome. 1 m/m=4.3056g/ square meter

    ▸ The real silk jacquard fabric refers to the fabric that forms patterns or patterns on the surface of the real silk fabric or interweaves. There are many varieties of silk jacquard fabrics, complex craftsmanship, concavity and convexity, soft, delicate, smooth texture and good gloss. The fabric feels smooth, skin-friendly, absorbs moisture, has good surface texture, and is light, breathable, and soft in texture.

    ♦ Model Information:

    ▸ Name:Yu Liya
    ▸ Height:176cm  /  Weight:48kg
    ▸ Bust:79cm  /  Waist:60cm  /  Hips:88cm

    Wearing Size:M

    • (model size only for reference)

    ▸ Warm Reminder:

    1. Please strictly follow the size chart to select the size. 
    2. The size may have ±3cm differs due to manual measurement. Please note when you measure.If you are not sure.pls contact us.
    3. Due to the difference between different monitors,the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item .We guarantee the style is the same as shown in the picture, but not the same performance on different bodies as on the model .Thank you!

    ♦ Washing Instructions:

    1, Dry cleaning is recommended.
    2, Hand wash at 30 degrees or less, and turn the clothesover and wash them. If you soak it with water dripping a few drops of balsamic vinegar, the silk clothes washed out are soft and smooth.
    3, It is not advisable to wash with alkaline detergent and soap when washing. After washing, choose a ventilated place to dry and avoid damaged the silk clothes feeling and color.
    4, Silk clothes after sweating should be washed immediately.
    5, Do not hang silk clothes on hard metal hooks to prevent damage to the silk surface .
    6. When the silk clothes is not wear. it is not advisable to put the mothballs, otherwise it will be easy to embrittle.
    7, The ironing temperature should be above 100 degrees, It is best to put a lining on the clothes.

    ♦ Brand Description:

    • Gao qiong image

    ♦ Gao Family・Ancestor:

    ▸ The Hangzhou Gao family is the descendant of the famous Northern Song dynasty Gao Qiong, and his descendant Gao Shi escorted the Song Gaozong Zhao Gou to the south, and was sealed in Qianmeili, Shanyin County (now Qianqing Town, Shaoxing City). During the Qianlong reign of the Qing Dynasty, Gao Shizhen moved to Hangzhou and became the ancestor of the Gao family in Shuangchen Lane, and was known as “Gao Bancheng”.

    • Gaoyitai Silk Factory

    ▸ In the 31st year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty (1905), Gao Zishao, the son of Gao Binglin, the old house of the Gao family in Hangzhou, and a well-known modern businessman went out to purchase fabrics with his female relatives. Because of its good management and prosperity, it quickly became one of the four major cloth shops in Hangzhou, which are as famous as Yuantai, Kaitai, and Hongyu, mainly engaged in silk and cloth.

    The prosperity of Gaoyitai Silk Factory is not unrelated to its enlightened management and management thinking, which focuses on selecting and employing people, including:

    ▸ Pay attention to product quality

      Buy directly from the manufacturer, pay attention to the brand and quality; cut off any flaws in the fabric;

    ▸ Pay attention to publicity and recruitment

      When propagating to the guests, speak in kind and explain clearly and clearly what is good about the fabric;

    ▸ Considerate hospitality, sincere and trustworthy

    Apprentices can only come to the counter to receive guests in five years. There is a special area for guests to drink tea, rest and chat.

    ▸ Careful management and good treatment of employees

    Accounts and goods are in charge, and each performs its own duties; employees have dividends at the end of the year, and their salary is higher than that of a large number of peers.

    ▸ In the turbulent years since then, Gaoyitai Silk Village has undergone several changes, but it has remained the same, and it is still a good story among the old Hangzhou population.

    • Xiling Seal Society

    ▸ The descendants of Gao Yitai’s founder Gao Zishao have made great contributions in the field of art. The five sons of Gao Shixian (Gao Yehou), Gao Shifeng, Gao Shijing, Gao Shigun, and Gao Shifu (Gao Luoyuan) are all famous Xiling Yinshe , He has deep attainments in the fields of poetry, calligraphy, calligraphy, and seal cutting, and is elegant.

    • Gao Shifu, Gao Yehou, calligraphy and seal engraver Wang Fu’an, stone calligrapher Ding Fuzhi, connoisseur Ge Changying and Yu Rencui

    • Appreciation of Gao Shifeng’s “Hongdong Mountain Villa” and seal script

    • Gao Yehou “Ancient Brick and Different Plums”, “Lin Yiying Stele”, “Plum Blossom Picture Fan Bone Rubbing”

    • Gao Shifu’s traditional Chinese painting “Orchid” and “Bamboo”

    ▸ Among them, the eldest son Gao Shifeng, the second son Gao Shixian, and the sixth son Gao Shishi are known as “big pine, two plums, and six bamboos”, and are also known as “the three masters of the Gao family”. Donated the Bada Shanren’s work “Zhu Xue Ge Shanshui Book” worth hundreds of millions, which is now one of the treasures of Xiling Yinshe.

    • Selected Pictures of “A Book of Zhu Xue’s Landscape”

    ♦ The influence of the Gao family on Hangzhou can be seen almost a century later.

    • Exterior view of Red Oak Villa

    ▸ Located in the southeast of the West Lake Yanggongdi Jingxing Bridge, Red Oak Villa, also known as “Gaozhuang”, was built in the thirteenth year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty (1907).

    ▸ The Meiwang Pavilion was built at No. 13 Yongfeng Alley by Gao Zishao’s son and calligraphy and painting collector Gaoyehou. It was named after the collection of Wang Mian’s “Ink Plums”, which is now in the Beijing Palace Museum.

    • Wang Mian “Mo Mei image”

    ▸ Shifeng Longjing tea is also related to the Gao family. In the 1920s, Gao Zishao bought 1,500 acres of Shifengshan tea garden to cultivate and develop Longjing tea carefully. According to legend, when Emperor Qianlong traveled south of the Yangtze River, he had an unforgettable mouthful of 18 tea trees that he ordered to buy a special tribute to the empress dowager. Gao Zishao sells with integrity and is fair-minded, which not only greatly improves the brand recognition of “Lion Peak”, but also wins the first class at the 1926 Philadelphia Games and the 1929 West Lake Fair, opening up its international reputation.

    ▸ Packaging Advertisement for Gaoyitai Silk Factory (1930s)

    ▸ Advertisement for the packaging of Gao Yitai’s Silk and Satin Woolen Cloth Shop, with a tall four-story bungalow painted on the upper left side, showing its strength (1930s)

    ▸ Packaging advertisement for Gao Yitai silk and satin domestic cloth house (1930s)

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