Baiji copper censer

Started by lay1014, August 31, 2018
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August 31, 2018
Baiji gold and copper censer is a cultural relic representing baiji culture. It is a masterpiece made with excellent metal technology and profound artistic foundation. Excavated in 1993 at the temple site in the mountain of fuyu mausoleum, a temple of the baiji royal family, it is speculated that the censer might be an instrument for royal ceremony. The large bronze censer consists of a censer cover, furnace body and base. Phoenix is carved on the top of the incense burner, and five musicians play instruments below. The 74 peaks are engraved with trees, rocks, streams and waterfalls, as well as 42 animals, 6 plants and 12 people, including tigers, deer, elephants and monkeys. A total of 12 holes, the top of the phoenix chest on the two, around the peak of 10, lit incense smoke as if mist rose. Incense bowl, that is, carved on the stove between the lotus and petals of the two people and the wings of fish, birds and other 27 animals. Engraved on the base is a curved neck bow, flying dragon. Censer cover implied earth, furnace body and base implied water, its basic idea derived from the principle of Yin and Yang. The bronze censer, which embodies the comprehensive characteristics of Taoism and Buddhism such as immortals and lotus, can be said to be the collection of baji people's spiritual world and art world. [url=]HEAT TREATMENT OF TOOL STEELS[/url] [url=]ALUMINUM ALLOY BRAZING PROCESS[/url] [url=]Vacuum pump questionnaire vacuum conveying application[/url] [url=]مكبس ضاغط الفلبين التصنيع في بولندا[/url]
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