Pheasant Mandarin Badge Embroidery
Material: Silk Embroidered Fabric
A symbol of rank and honor, chinese mandarin
rank badge becomes a popular collectible in modern times due to
its many positive attributes. The pheasant admired for its distinctive
tail and yellow and red coloring, was used as the symbol of first
and second rank civil servants in the early Ming Dynasty (1391-1527)
and second rank thereafter. Like all the other rank badge birds
during the Ching Dynasty, they were positioned standing on a rock,
gazing towards the sun, the symbol of the emperor and imperial
power. The pheasant represents a number of positive attributes,
including beauty, good fortune and literary refinement. The pheasant
is one of the Twelve Imperial Symbols of Sovereignty represeting
literary refinement. Pheasants are also strongly associated with
women. During the Song Dynasty (CE 960-1279), the robe the empress
wore on grand state occasions was decorated with colorful pheasants.
It is an emblem associated to high-ranking female members of the
imperial family, including the Empress. Therefore this badge is
more suitable for ladies seeking for power. This thick badge can
be sandwiched on glass table or framed for display on the wall.
Who should display the Pheasant badge?
The Pheasant enhances career luck, male
attractiveness, female power and family luck:
1. Displaying the Pheasant gives male the "attractiveness
advantage" and provides them with strong libido.
2. Displaying the Pheasant protects your career and is suitable
to invite promotion opportunities for those who are stuck in lower
or middle management positions.
3. Displaying the Pheasant empowers the female in all aspects.
4. Displaying the Pheasant paves way for literary refinement,
personal growth and self development.