Chinese culture is extensive and profound, and there are many priceless treasures from ancient times up to now.
if you are a collector or have a strong interest in collecting items, you must take a look at the Chinese priceless treasure list compiled for you, which will certainly open your eyes
1. Si Mu Wu Ding
Simuwu Ding is the largest and heaviest bronze ware found in ancient China. It belongs to the late Shang Dynasty.
was unearthed in the late Shang Dynasty in the Yin Ruins of Anyang, Henan Province in 1939 Stepmother Wu Ding is one of the only large bronze wares in the world. It is one of China’s priceless treasures. It is now in the collection of the National Museum of China
2. Si Yang Fang Zun
Siyang fangzun is also the bronze ware of Shang Dynasty, and it is the largest existing one among the Shang Dynasty fangzun.
quot; Zun is a round, big mouth, understood as the meaning of wine vessel, which was particularly popular in the Shang and Zhou dynasties; The reason is that Ningxiang County in Hunan Province is the birthplace of Siyang fangzun. At present, Sifang yangzun is regarded as one of China’s priceless treasures
3. Gold thread jade clothes of Liu Sheng, King Jing of Zhongshan
, which was only worn for the burial of emperors and kings at that time.
can also be seen in some ancient costume TV dramas and is a very precious collection Although it’s just a piece of clothing, it’s actually made of 2498 pieces of jade pieces, weighing more than 1000 grams.
and the clothes buried with the wife of King Jing of Zhongshan are also very heavy. They share 2160 pieces of jade pieces and the weight of gold wire is 700 grams. It took more than two years to complete this jade dress
4. The horse steps on the swallow
Mazuofeiyan is a bronze ware of the Eastern Han Dynasty collected in Gansu Museum.
is 34.5 cm high and 13 cm wide.
was unearthed in the tomb of Leitai, Wuwei, Gansu Province in 1969.
was unearthed from the tomb of Zhang Mou, a military officer guarding Zhangye, and his wife during the Eastern Han Dynasty
5. Goujian sword, king of Yue
The sword of Gou Jian, king of Yue, is collected in Hubei Provincial Museum.
has a slender body, sharp blade and two hoops on the handle. It is said that it can blow hair and break hair when it is unearthed, and it is as bright as new. It is called “the world’s first sword”. It is a priceless treasure in China
6. Qingming River picture
The painting of the river at Qingming Festival is collected in the Palace Museum of Beijing. The original painting is 528 cm long and 24.8 cm high. It was painted by Zhang Zeduan of the Northern Song Dynasty.
this painting depicts the bustling scene and beautiful natural scenery of Bianliang and Bianhe River in the Northern Song Dynasty It is not only an artistic painting, but also provides us with the first-hand information of the economic, political and cultural life of the Northern Song Dynasty. It has very important historical literature value and is an invaluable treasure of China
7. Gilded silver pot with horse’s title and cup pattern
The silver pot is 18.5cm high, which is collected in Shaanxi Provincial History Museum.
is a lotus petal shaped pot cover and a bow shaped lifting beam. It looks like it has “Thirteen halves” on it. The two sides of
pot are printed with horse dancing pictures, which are made by stamping with mould.
horses are inclined on the front legs and squat on the back legs, as if they are dancing a beautiful dance
8. Agate cup with gold head
This cup is collected in Shaanxi Provincial History Museum. It is made of red agate which is very rare in the world.
is the only jade carving with beautiful color and the most exquisite jade work in Tang Dynasty. The most special thing about
is that its mouth is inlaid with gold, showing a glittering appearance
9. Dayu flood control Dayu mountain
is 224 cm high, 96 cm wide, 60 cm high and weighs 5350 kg. The work is the largest jade carving in the world and a national treasure
10. Chime bells of Marquis Yi
The chime bells of Marquis Yi of Zeng are the cultural relics of the early Warring States period. They were excavated in suixian County, Hubei Province in 1978, and then collected in Hubei Provincial Museum. The chime bells unearthed from
are huge musical instruments composed of 65 bronze chimes with a range of five and a half octaves and twelve semitones The chime bells of Marquis Yi of Zeng are famous for their superb casting technology and good musical performance.
has rewritten the history of music in the world and has been called “rare treasure” by experts and scholars.
The above is all about the priceless treasure of China brought by 330anecdotes.com.cn. The ancients made these exquisite articles with ingenuity. Although they have no practical value today, the solidified spirit of Chinese culture is worth remembering and inheriting