The practice of using natural objects as rudimentary pieces of furniture likely dates to the beginning of human civilization. Early humans are likely to have used tree stumps as seats, rocks as rudimentary tables, and mossy areas for sleeping.
People have been using natural objects, such as tree stumps, rocks, and moss, as furniture since the beginning of the known human civilization
The inclusion of such a seat in the figurines implies that these were already common artefacts of that age
All different types of woods have unique signature marks that can help in easy identification of the type. Both hardwoods and softwoods are used in furniture manufacturing, and each has its own specific uses.
Animal ornaments include lions, bulls, ducks, peacocks, parrots, pheasants, roosters, ibises, and butterflies. The dragon is the symbol of earth fertility, and of the power and wisdom of the emperor.
Chinese ornamentation is highly inspired by paintings, including bamboo trees, chrysanthemums, water lilies, irises, magnolias, flowers, and branches of cherry.
The use of uncarved wood and bamboo and the use of heavy lacquers are well-known Chinese styles. It is worth noting that Chinese furniture varies dramatically from one dynasty to the next.
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