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10pcs Small Size Festive Chinese Knot

10pcs Small Size Festive Chinese Knot

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From traditional red and gold, to pink and silver, there are 10 pieces per color of festive Chinese knot in this set. Perfect for adorning gift bags or as part of a larger display, these decorative pieces will add a nice aesthetic touch to any special occasion or home. With their intricate design and bright colors, they serve as an excellent way of adding an extra bit of color and style to any area in your home.


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Chinese Knot

What's the Origin of Chinese Knot?

Chinese knotting, also known as Chinese decorative knots, is a traditional Chinese handicraft that has been practiced for over a thousand years. The origins of Chinese knotting are unclear, but it is believed to have begun during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD) in China.

Initially, Chinese knotting was used primarily for practical purposes such as fastening and tying objects, as well as for fishing and hunting. However, over time, the art form became increasingly complex and decorative, and it began to be used for ornamental purposes.

Chinese knotting gained widespread popularity during the Ming (1368-1644 AD) and Qing (1644-1911 AD) dynasties, when it was used to adorn clothing, accessories, and household items. It was particularly popular among the upper classes, who prized its intricate designs and symbolism.

What Does Chinese Knot Mean?

In Chinese culture, decorative knots are considered to be a symbol of good luck, prosperity, and longevity. The intricate designs and patterns of Chinese knots are believed to represent various aspects of life, such as love, friendship, and good fortune.

Each knot has its own unique meaning, and the specific design and color of the knot can also convey different messages. For example, a red knot is often associated with luck and happiness, while a green knot is believed to represent health and longevity.

In addition to their symbolic meanings, Chinese knots are also highly valued for their aesthetic qualities. The intricate designs and patterns of the knots are considered to be works of art, and they are often used to adorn clothing, accessories, and household items.