BAONG Kingdom Art 001 (Framed Canvas)
Take home a piece of historical treasure.
Emblazoned at the top in Ancient Chinese characters reads: Qianjiadong.
It means "thousand household cave," and location to the 700 years old Lost Homeland of the Iu-Mien people. A cave and tunnel that leads to an open valley where 12 clans once lived together in unity.
Centered proudly is King Pan, the Father of the 12 Clans Mien Kingdom.
On the left, Chinese characters run vertical each representing the 6 Sons of the King:
- Saephan / Saephanh / Saepan / Bienh
- Saelaw / Saelor / Lorch
- Saelee / Lee / Leiz
- Saechou / Zuaqv / Zouqv
- Saeteurn / Saetern / Tern / Dangc
- Saeyang / Yaangh
To the right, the 6 Daughters of the King written in Chinese:
- Saechao / Zeuz
- Saelio / Lio
- Saefong / Bungz
- Saevang / Wang
- Saechin / Chin
- Saeseao / Siaau
His majesty, King Pan surrounded by green hills representing the valley and way into our Lost Homeland, Qianjiadong.
Twin tigers representing the strife and adversity within our community. Yet, our people have endured and continue to preserve despite centuries of hardship.
A single Mienh girl as a symbolic representation of the past and present. A reminder that we should cherish our roots, embrace our heritage, and celebrate all the things that make us Iu-Mien.
This Canvas Art piece is hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars, matte finish coating, utilizing acid-free, PH-neutral, and premium fade-resistant canvas. The perfect medium to frame this art piece.
Decorate your home with this unique piece of art that will garner praise and strike-up conversations with all your visiting guests.• Acid-free, PH-neutral, poly-cotton base
• 20.5 mil (0.5 mm) thick poly-cotton blend canvas
• Canvas fabric weight: 13.9 oz/yd2(470 g/m²)
• Hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars
• Matte finish coating
• 1.5″ (3.81 cm) deep
• Mounting brackets included