The Taishi chair is the only chair named after an official position in ancient Chinese furniture. It was originally a chair of the official family. It is a symbol of power and status. It is placed in the palace and government gates and carries the meaning of official positions. It is also shown in the family. The status of the master. It was first used in the Song Dynasty, and its original form was a chair similar to a chair. The Taishi chair best reflects the shape of the furniture of the Qing Dynasty. It has a large posture, and the backrest is connected with the armrests to form a three-, five- or multi-fence screen.

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