The pot is a kind of utensil used to hold wine in the Sui Dynasty of China. It has different materials such as copper and porcelain. The original shape of the pot was made of bronze, and the shape of the pot was completed in the early celadon of the Southern and Northern Dynasties. Later, in the Tang and Song Dynasties, it was a kind of wine in the gold and silverware, which is easy to see from the paintings of the Tang and Song Dynasties. Until now, the pot of the Qing Dynasty white porcelain of the Song Dynasty has been passed down. The most famous is the ceremonial bronze dragon's first pot used in the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
The bottom diameter of this collection is 5.7cm, height: 19cm, weight: 610.4g, diameter: 17cm. The pot has a long neck, a slanted shoulder, and a straight abdomen. The lower part is slanted, and the bottom part is six characters: Daqing Royal. The front side of the shoulder has a bamboo-shaped pot handle, which is inserted into the bottom of the middle layer of the abdominal wall, and the flow port is slightly disabled. The lower part of the abdomen and the upper end of the neck. The same fierce, vigorous and powerful disc dragon pattern on both sides of the body.
The artistic shape of the pot is greatly improved and developed compared with the early similar artifacts. The flow of the pot in the early Ming Dynasty was short and straight, and the flow and handle of this pot were very chic, curved and long, and the ornament was beautiful. It was a ritual used in the imitation of the Qing Dynasty royal system during the Republic of China. The copper is fine and fine, and the strange luster can be found in the dim, making the device more imperial and unparalleled! Very rare. This smooth, steady and full-bodied structure and quaint ornamentation, as well as the bottom of the foot of the "Da Qing Imperial System", is a typical example of the bronze art of the Qing Dynasty. It has a high artistic appreciation value. Collection value.
Enrich art life and deliver artistic value! If you are interested in the Daqing Royal Copper Dragon Shouding Pot of the Republic of China during the Republic of China, please contact Xuanyu (Guangzhou) Art Media Co., Ltd.!