Silk figurines represent a kind of stereoscopic picture and have close ties with folk cloth-pinpricked and color-pricked toys and other handicrafts. Silk figurines are inspired by ancient beauties in Chinese folktales, dramatic figurines and ethnic dancers. Through artists’ fine handwork of a dozen processes including carving, color painting, sewing and straightening out of costume property and head ornaments, a true-to-life stereoscopic figure is finally finished. From head to feet and from interior to exterior, top quality Chinese silk and spun gauze are selected for the production of silk figurines, and it has attained the name of “silk figurines”. Made of thin silk, Beijing silk figurines are a unique folk handicraft in Beijing. The traditional handicraft boasts a long history of more than 1,000 years.