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Metal Objects

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Chinese Metal Objects

Yunnan Black Copper With Silver Inlay 云南乌铜走银

By |五月 5th, 2015|Artwork, Featured Post, Metal Objects|

Yunnan Black Copper with Silver Inlay (乌铜走银) is a unique, sophisticated and accomplished copper handmade crafts with nearly 300 years of history, founded in Yunnan Shiping County in Qing Yongzheng period. In order to make black copper with silver inlay artworks, various patterns or pictures are first engraved on the copper base object by the

Bronze ware in Taiwan National Palace Museum台北故宫青铜器

By |四月 8th, 2015|Artwork, Bronzes, Metal Objects|

Bronze ware in Taiwan National Palace Museum台北故宫青铜器 The copy right of the following pictures belong to their authors and no commercial purpose of usage is allowed. Late Shang Dynasty( 1700 BC- 1100 BC),  Gu (wine container) 商末周初 銅亞醜方觚 Xin Dynasty (8-23 AD) ,  Standard Measures  新 铜嘉量 Late Western

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Chinese Traditional Metal Craft Gold Gilt(鎏金)

By |三月 30th, 2015|Artwork, Metal Objects|

Chinese Traditional Metal Craft Gold Gilt(鎏金) Gold gilt (鎏金) is a Chinese traditional metal processing technology, also known as Ormolu in the west. In China, the history of gilt technology can be traced back to the late Spring and Autumn period (770 BC-476BC). An unearthed gilt bell found in King Liu Sheng’s tomb shows

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Chinese Tang Dynasty Metal Art 唐代金银器

By |三月 26th, 2015|Artwork, Imperial China, Metal Objects, Tang dynasty|

Tang Dynasty witnessed the most sophisticated technology and unparalleled prosperity of gold and silver wares in ancient China. The unearthed relics showed that the gold and silver wares in the Tang Dynasty were not only numerous in quantity and variety but also have the exquisite designs and delicate veins. They were a marker of the

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Chinese Art of Filigree Craft

By |三月 21st, 2015|Artwork, Metal Objects|

Chinese Art of Filigree Craft Filigree craft, also known as fine gold craft is a long historical Chinese traditional handicrafts, mainly for the production of royal jewelry. Filigree combine techniques of weaving and inlaying together. Raw materials of filigree are usually gold, silver and copper. Pinching, filling, gathering, welding, weaving, heaps are traditional techniques

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Chinese Court Gold Art

By |三月 17th, 2015|Artwork, Metal Objects, Qing dynasty|

Chinese Court Gold Art Ritual Basin Inlaid with Two Flying Phoenixes (Jinli shuangfeng yupen) Qing dynasty (1644-1911) Gold Mouth diameter: 43 cm, Bottom diameter: 32.7 cm, Height: 9 cm Item used in the Qing court The basin is made of metal alloy which is eighty percent pure gold. The artists hammered and embossed

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Chinese Bronze Art- Bronze Mirror

By |三月 17th, 2015|Bronzes, Metal Objects|

Chinese Bronze Art- Bronze Mirror Preceded the glass mirrors of today, bronze mirrors  have been found by archaeologists among elite assemblages from various cultures, from Etruscan Italy to China. Before western glass mirrors were brought to China, bronze mirrors had a long history of usage from Neolithic times until the Qing Dynasty in China.

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Chinese Bronze Age-Bronze Ware Art

By |三月 17th, 2015|Ancient China, Bronzes, Metal Objects, Shang dynasty, Xia dynasty, Zhou dynasty|

Chinese Bronze Age-Bronze Ware Art The Bronze Age in China started in the late Hsia dynasty (ca. early 17th century B.C.E.) and lasted through the Shang (1600-1046 B.C.E.), Western Chou (1046-771 B.C.E.) and into the Eastern Chou (770-221 B.C.E.) period, persisting for about 1,500 years in all. In this age, only the

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