Bronze, referred to as "bronze". Including cooking utensils, food utensils, wine utensils, water utensils, musical instruments, carriage and horse ornaments, bronze mirrors, belt hooks, weapons, tools and weighing instruments. Popular from the late Neolithic period to the Qin and Han dynasties, the Shang and Zhou utensils are the most exquisite. Small tools or accessories first appeared. In the Xia Dynasty, there were bronze vessels and weapons. In the mid-Shang period, the variety of bronze wares was very rich, and inscriptions and fine patterns appeared. From the late Shang Dynasty to the early Western Zhou Dynasty, it was the heyday of the development of bronze ware. Subsequently, the bronze carcass began to become thinner, and the patterns were gradually simplified. From the late Spring and Autumn Period to the Warring States Period, due to the popularization and use of iron tools, copper tools became less and less. During the Qin and Han dynasties, as porcelain and lacquer ware entered daily life, the variety of copper containers was reduced, the decoration was simple, most of them were plain, and the carcass was lighter and thinner. Ancient Chinese bronze ware is the great contribution of our ancestors to human material civilization. Although according to the current archaeological data, the appearance of Chinese bronze ware is later than that of other places in the world, but the scale of use of bronze ware and the casting technology In terms of , plastic arts and varieties, there is no place in the world that can compare with ancient Chinese bronzes. This is also one of the reasons why ancient Chinese bronze ware occupies a unique position in the history of world art and has attracted widespread attention.
Product Name: Antique Chinese Cast Bronze Double Rhinoceros Zun Pot Wine Vessel
Product number: gf24
Material: copper alloy
Hanging form: ornament
Ornament pattern: fish, insects, birds and beasts
Production method: pure handmade
Applicable scene: home
Packaging: carton packaging
Printing logo: yes
Process: lost wax method
Place of Origin: Luoyang, Henan
Dimensions: Height 260mm
Net weight: 1.7kg
Double cow smoked: length 21cm width 12cm height 26cm
Whether to customize: yes
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