Early Western Zhou Dynasty bronze pattern phoenix pattern is also called phoenix pattern, including phoenix pattern and various bird patterns. There are various descriptions of phoenix birds in ancient books, such as "Dragon Wen Hu's Back", "Swallow Jaw and Chicken Beak", "Five Colors Prepared" and so on. It is a kind of divine phoenix pattern symbolizing good luck, also known as phoenix pattern, including phoenix pattern and various bird patterns. There are various descriptions of phoenix birds in ancient books, such as "Dragon Wen Hu's Back", "Swallow Jaw and Chicken Beak", "Five Colors Prepared" and so on. It is a mysterious bird that symbolizes good luck. The ancients also regarded the phoenix as the god of wind, so the phoenix pattern on the bronze ware may be related to the worship of the god of wind by the ancients. "Poetry·Song·Xuanniao" has the saying that "the mysterious bird of destiny, descended to give birth to Shang", in the Neolithic Age, the phoenix was a totem clan composed of fire, sun and various birds, and the clan's emblem. The phoenix is the protector in people's imagination in primitive society. The phoenix is a beautiful and magical giant bird. Although it is a virtual creature that does not exist in fact, it has always been the object of worship of ancient Chinese ancestors. People think that she can bring light and make auspiciousness come to the world; her appearance is a harbinger of peace in the world, and people's lives can be happier. For thousands of years, the Chinese have regarded the phoenix as the embodiment of beauty and happiness. The evolution of the phoenix pattern Whether there is a phoenix pattern in the Neolithic period is still inconsistent in academic circles. Some people think that the bird pattern on the Neolithic painted pottery is the prototype of the phoenix. During the Shang and Zhou dynasties, phoenix patterns were all the side images of birds, and they were often arranged symmetrically on bronze wares, and most of the bird beaks were in the shape of a closed hook; The phoenix is isolated from the figurative birds in real life. The images of phoenix patterns in Shang and Zhou bronzes, like those of dragon patterns and animal face patterns in the period, lack a certain unity and evolutionary laws. At that time, the phoenix character in oracle bone inscriptions and bronze inscriptions also fully showed such a feature. The phoenix pattern at this time is completely the mystification of birds and the exaggeration of art. The Warring States period was a period when a hundred schools of thought contended and the new economy flourished, and the phoenix pattern showed a new style.
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Material: Zinc and Bronze Alloy
Height 27 cm
Net weight: 0.9kg
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