The long river of history is surging, and there are some heroic stories in every era. With the passage of time, they are either sung or forgotten silently. The change of each dynasty and the rotation of emperors all hold the financial power and military power tightly.
Each era will also have its own unique products, silently reflecting the social background and economic development at that time, either luxuriously extravagant like jade or gentle like calligraphy and painting. Only bronze ware is elegant but not extravagant, elegant but not vulgar, which bears witness to the long river of history.
Let's open the door of history, decipher the legend behind history, and recommend today's top-quality products-"bronze mirror from the third position to the third position"
The mirror body is relatively thick, with extra large buttons. The patterns are mostly continuous arc patterns, and some have patterns such as Kui Feng. There are inscriptions such as "Wei zhi San gong", hence the name. Popular from the late Eastern Han Dynasty to the early Six Dynasties.
Sangong is the appellation of ancient official position, which has been applied from Zhou Dynasty to Ming and Qing Dynasties, but the different dynasties refer to it differently. Zhou took Sima, Stuart and Sikong as his three officers. Bronze mirrors are quite precious, magnificent and colorful.
After Qin Shihuang unified China, he implemented centralized power and established a central government system with three officials and nine ministers as the mainstay. In the Western Han Dynasty, they were collectively called the Three Princes by Stuart, Sima, and Sikong. In the Eastern Han Dynasty, Marshal Qiu, Stuart and Sikong were the three officials. They are the highest officials responsible for military and political administration and justice, equivalent to prime ministers, and have high power and honor. In the Western Zhou Dynasty, officials had nine lives. Nine lives were the highest level. Usually, the emperor had nine lives and the prince had three to eight. During the Han to Wei and Jin dynasties, the official positions were divided into nine grades, one grade being the highest, and most of them were general and three grade officials. according to the size of their official positions, the salary of the three grade officials was determined. every three grade officials not only enjoyed high salary, but also received additional salary at the feast. These systems had a profound impact on the social life at that time. Therefore, people regard the pursuit of high-ranking officials and wealth as their highest goal. Although the bronze mirror in Han Dynasty was an auspicious term, it was also the embodiment of people's value orientation and social concept at that time. People cast the words "from the highest position to the lowest position" on the bronze mirrors of everyday utensils as high hopes for their children and blessings for their relatives and friends.
Recently, the well-known trading center Yichang Sheng Culture in Shanxi has had the honor of collecting a bronze mirror from a Tibetan family in Changzhi, Shanxi. This treasure was handed down from the ancestors of Mr. Yuan. Now the market value of antiques and antiques is popular and growing day by day. Mr. Yuan has to share this treasure with his countrymen because of the need for turnover of business capital. It is also for the sake of better historical inheritance of our Chinese treasures that he reluctantly gave up his love. Let's enjoy this treasure together:
Appreciation of Pictures-Bronze Mirrors from San Gong
Appreciate this device. It can be seen at a glance that the mirror is round, and its shape is obviously larger and thicker than that of the bronze mirror of the Warring States Period. Semicircular buttons gradually replace string pattern buttons, and both have button seats. Highlight the main grain and disappear the ground grain. The technique of expression is mostly single-line outline, while the pattern of the portrait adopts relief technique, which is the first of its kind to make high-circular relief for future generations of bronze mirrors. In this bronze mirror inscription, there are fewer strokes and common false characters, and the reduction of characters and sentences is prevalent.
Bronze mirrors are ancient bronze mirrors. In ancient times, the earliest sacrificial ritual vessels appeared in the Shang Dynasty. From the Warring States Period to the Qin Dynasty, it was generally enjoyed by kings and nobles. In the Han Dynasty, bronze mirrors were gradually introduced to the people and were indispensable to people's life. Bronze mirrors are usually made of bronze with high tin content. In ancient times, bronze mirror is a mirror made of bronze in ancient times, which is closely related to people's daily life. It is well-made, beautiful in shape, magnificent in pattern and rich in inscriptions, and is a treasure of ancient bronze art and cultural heritage in China. .
Looking at the history of the development of ancient bronze mirrors in China, since the appearance of bronze mirrors in China 4,000 years ago, the bronze mirrors of various periods have reflected several stages such as its early stage (Qi family culture and Shang and Zhou bronze mirrors), its popularity (bronze mirrors of the Spring and Autumn Period and Warring States Period), its heyday (bronze mirrors of the Han Dynasty), its middle decline (bronze mirrors of the Three Kingdoms, Jin, Wei and the Northern and Southern Dynasties), its prosperity (bronze mirrors of the Sui and Tang Dynasties), and its decline (bronze mirrors of the Five Dynasties, Ten Kingdoms, Song, Jin and Yuan Dynasties). In particular, the exquisite bronze mirrors of the third highest rank are regarded as antiques of collectible value and are eagerly collected by a large number of collectors.
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