Research on Design Aesthetics and Cultural Connotation of Gold and Silver Interlocking Buckle in the Ming Dynasty

@inproceedings{Hao2020ResearchOD,
  title={Research on Design Aesthetics and Cultural Connotation of Gold and Silver Interlocking Buckle in the Ming Dynasty},
  author={Xiao-Hua Hao and Zhihong Yin},
  year={2020}
}
The gold and silver interlocking buckle is a unique accessory commonly seen in women’s clothing in Ming Dynasty. It is composed of a button loop with a bayonet, a flat spherical button and two keepers. This article organizes and summarizes the types of gold and silver interlocking buckles in the Ming Dynasty; analyzes the ingenious structure of this kind of interlocking buckle and the unique design aesthetics reflected in the shapes; and expounds the rich cultural connotation of gold and silver… 

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