Handkerchief that was a symbol of heist
It is not clear that we have become a handkerchief from time to time. However, the Brussels Memorial Museum stores the end of the elaborate hemp found from the tomb of Egypt's dazeur princess (around 3000 bc).
It is thought that it was a cloth (handkerchief) to wipe your hands or wipe sweat. In Persia around the BC, Handka Chief was used as a symbol of high cry, and has been embroidered with the finest silk.
It seems that only the royal family was allowed.
In this way, the origin of the handkerzif is considered to be in various places around the world.
Demonstration of love, handkerchief
The 17th century, Handka Tifs will be used in earnest as a gift or prop. Lovers were used to give a promise of a meeting in the ball and use a promise of a meeting, and as a certificate of love, it was supposed to give his initials and heraldic handker ties. In 1682, Shakespeare's "Othello-", depicting a tragedy over one handkerchief, has been acclaimed and acclaimed. In addition, Handka chills as a gift for love from a lady also appeared in Duma's novel "Three Musketeers", which drew the activities of Swordsman in France. I used to play a dramatic role in romantic since ancient times. At this time, Handka chizfs also established as an etching.
Marie Antoinette and Handka Chief
At that time, a lace handkerchief that was an expensive luxury product. The women of French court compete for their beauty. Rose-Bertin's design dress, hairstyle, gemstone also became popular with upper class women, Marie Antoinette became a European fashion leader. It is said that she chosen her square and spread inside and outside the country from among the handker cheeks that had various shapes such as circles. And Marie Antoinette's birthday next day [November 3] is defined as the day of Hanka Chief.
Handkerchief that continues to be loved
Handka chills with strong fashion became a great material and have become widely loved by many people. Hanka chills spread throughout the world will continue their own development under each culture. It was an essential for Japan, which was rapidly spread around the era of Kashinakan, around 1880, and the mainstream was the mainstream, and it became essential as a fashion accessory. It is also called "bride handkerchief" and is also used for the handker chills held by the bride at the wedding. Handker chillfish that has made an elegant lace for a white fabric is just luxury. Lace Handka Chills who are climbing off the gate of life continue to be loved.