Hand-embroidery is historic handicraft in China. As a record, the earliest unearthed ancient artifact of hand-embroidery is made during the Warring States Periods (B.C. 475-B.C. 221). Till Qing Dynasty (A.C.1636-1912) a Chinese embroidery developed per different regions and various genres such as; Su, Shu, Yue, Xiang, Lu, Dian among many other varieties. Each genre combining its regional culture and characteristics creates different styles, techniques, and skills of stitching. Those genres having learned advantage from others integrated into their own genre gradually forming the gene style which is used till today. Introduced by us among them is Suzhou embroidery, Su embroidery for short, is 100% handmade embroidery embroidered with pure fine silk threads on silk satin famous for its unique style of stitching, different techniques/methods used to elaborate and amplify ingenious patterns focusing richer colors, inspiring designs, refined needlework, smooth finish and realistic presentation.
Chinese traditional culture gives embroidery rich elements which cover the landscape, figure, flower, bird, fish to name the very few while its good meaning plays an
Since 1993, more and more Art collectors (Hongkong & Singapore) have started to purchase fine embroidery artworks, and, in recent years (after nearly 20 years), those artworks successively entered the Art auction market.
In order to develop hand-embroidery artwork to the new market, and introduce it to more collectors and clients. We sell only the strong fine collectible artwork, those are embroidered or will be embroidered by superior handicraft-women (Masters). Grasping variety of embroidery techniques, and having a good sense of aesthetics. They generally embroider a
Thread: Embroiderers usually split a hair-thin silk thread into two to 16 thinner threads. Different thread thicknesses are used for different parts of a subject in embroidery to create subtle shades, smooth color transition,
Note: few of masters have the capability to apply the thinner line than 1/2thin-line (i.e. 1/32 of silk thread, we call “fur”), correspondingly, the price will be five or more times than normal one.