Antique mirror source

Date of release:2019-01-19 Author: Click:

The antique of Chinese bronze mirrors appeared in the heyday of the development of bronze mirrors - the Tang Dynasty. Chonggu in the Northern Song Dynasty, thus constituted a wave of collection, recording, and research. Gold, Ming and Qing, not only bronze antiques, but also jade, porcelain, pottery and antiques, artifacts will imitate each other.

These works are famous for their antiques and are unique and have become famous collections of later generations. A large number of antique mirrors can be called the top of the antiques. They are only the shape of the objects. The inner essence of the spirit is in the imitation of the original, creating a completely different atmosphere from the previous generation.

The art of advancing the dynasty is a feature of all late bronze mirror culture. However, they are very different from the modern cultural relics and high imitations. The ancient people's goal is retro, is to trace the realm of the more ancient people, today's antiques are made through high imitation and profit. In the pursuit of the greatest level of true magic, retro is not a whitewash to join my own and contemporary likes and dislikes.

The most common in the Tang Dynasty Han mirror is the popular Python mirror, the ruler of the animal and the sacred animal mirror. Han bronze mirror pattern is basically composed of Yangwen double hook lines, the outline is slender, the protrusion is high, smooth and sharp. The ground between the lines is smooth and flat. Tang Jing is well-made, but the ornamentation of the Tang antique mirror, the line is rough, the degree of fluency is also slightly inferior, giving a feeling of overflow, the bottom has an uneven feeling.

The bronze mirror casting of the Tang Dynasty absorbed the traditional crafts of the Han Dynasty. From the perspective of some imitation Han mirrors, there are not many varieties of imitation in the Tang Dynasty, only the antiques on the basis of inheritance. The Song and Jin Dynasties were very different. They began to imitate the bronze mirrors of the previous generation, and the antique style was so full of sincerity. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, antique bronze mirrors accounted for a large proportion of the bronze mirrors of the present. In the Qing Dynasty, it was the first to open the palace to copy the bronze mirror. During the Republic of China, ancient artifacts have become the target of competition for collectors and antique dealers, and the forgery of bronze mirrors has reached its peak.

Some Tang imitation Han Mirror pattern details, add branches and leaves, with a distinct Tang style. Such as the phoenix tail decorated with peacocks; decorated with double-peak camel lines.

In addition, compared with Han mirror, the Tang imitation Han mirror has obvious weight difference. The Han mirror is light, and the Tang imitation Han mirror is heavy.

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