4 edition of Offerings of jade and silk found in the catalog.
Offerings of jade and silk
Howard J. Wechsler
|Statement||Howard J. Wechsler.|
|LC Classifications||DS747.42 .W43 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 313 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||84015236|
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Sign up free today, and start reading instantly. When I raised the lid, I found several pieces of fine yellow silk, enwrapping a heavy “book” composed of ten panels of jade, mounted in gold brocade. A hasty glance at the inscriptions—in Chinese characters and Manchu script—revealed that it was an edict by the first Manchu Emperor of the Ch’ing Dynasty, in 17th century China.
A large book, bound in green leather, inset with small pieces of jade, with a sunburst etched on the front, and a green silk bookmark. The book is in excellent shape, as just newly bound. When closed there is a small gap visible, as if the middle-most quire were missing.
The book radiates a strong aura of magic. The offerings to the sun were delivered in spring. The book Guanzi 管子 (chapter Qingzhongji 輕重己) explains that at the end of winter, the Son of Heaven (i.e.
the king of Zhou 周, 11th cent BCE) left his residence and travelled 46 li (c. 23km) to the east, where he brought offerings at an altar (tan 壇). Our tea boutique is all about natural beauty & remedies, specializing in oolong tea, ginger tea, natural jade, and silk essentials.
Drink tea. Wear Silk & Jade. Jade Books (玉書) are described in several scriptures of the Daoist canon as existent primordially in the various divine Heavens. These Jade Books are variously said to be instrumental in creating and maintaining the divine structure of the universe, or as regulating national or personal destiny.
The Jade Emperor (Chinese: 玉皇; pinyin: Yù Huáng or 玉帝, Yù Dì) in Chinese culture, traditional religions and myth is one of the representations of the first god (太帝 tài dì).In Daoist theology he is the assistant of Yuanshi Tianzun, who is one of the Three Pure Ones, the three primordial emanations of the is also the Cao Đài ("Highest Power") of Caodaism known as Chinese: 玉皇.WHERE DID JADE COME FROM?
Jade came from Nephrite and Jadeite, two different metamorphic rocks. + = HOW WAS JADE TRANSPORTED? Jade was transported on camels, along the silk road. WHO BOUGHT OR USED JADE? WHAT CLOTHES DID PEOPLE IN CHINA WEAR AT THAT TIME? WHAT RELIGIONS DID THE.Chinese Jades from Han to Ch'ing.
New York: Asia Society, in association with J. Weatherhill. (Available at Smithsonian, Georgetown, LoC) Wechsler, H. Offerings of Jade and Silk: Ritual and Symbol in the Legitimation of the Tang Dynasty.
New Haven and London: Yale University Press, (Available at GMU) Wen, G. and Z. Jing.