Pigeon of Love - Tiled Bamboo Coaster
Every piece of tile contains beautiful blessings. Taiwanese tradition uses bricks to decorate the house and pray for happiness.
The Kinmen area was banned on military grounds, and the western houses and the southern Fujian settlements were thus preserved intact. At the end of the 19th century, the residents of Kinmen migrated to other places to do business. After the success of their careers, they returned to their hometowns, Gaiyanglou and the Great Sanyuan glory family, and decorated a large area of tiles to symbolize wealth and form a special architectural landscape of Kinmen.
This pigeon is a blessing on the road of love, to find a pure and unique, long-lasting companion. Because the pigeons are called "love birds" by the world, it is pure and pure in love, never pursues the second object, and is very considerate of home. No matter how far it is flying, it still finds its way back.
Tile bamboo coasters, let you in the tea, like returning to the old time, feel the beauty of Taiwan's tile culture. Please follow the information on the attached card to visit this beautiful old brick house.
Taiwan Tile Museum
Over the past 100 years, Taiwan's wealthy family has built thousands of precious tiles and ancient buildings in this land, and French universities have applied for [World Intangible Heritage]. With 20 years of youth and savings, we have preserved the beauty of thousands of centuries of tiles, and let Taiwanese crafts return to the stage of world aesthetics. Your collection will be a new force, let us continue to protect Taiwan's tile culture.