|Statement||preface, essay and catalogue by Toru Nakano ; essays by Tseng Yuho Ecke and Suzanne Cahill.|
|Contributions||Tseng, Yu-ho, 1924-, Cahill, Suzanne Elizabeth.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||312 p. :|
|Number of Pages||312|
Bronze Mirrors of Ancient China: An Exhibition, Honololu Academy of Arts, May 24 - July 1, [Honololu Academy of Arts] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Bronze Mirrors of Ancient China: An Exhibition, Honololu Academy of Arts, May 24 - July 1, Bronze mirrors discovered in the tomb in Zhejiang province recorded in ancient books all prove the custom of using mirror as burial accessory. Bronze mirrors were discovered in tombs of ancient. Bronze Mirrors from Ancient China starting at $ Bronze Mirrors from Ancient China has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace Same Low Prices, Bigger Selection, More Fun. According to UNESCO, around 1, years ago, the secret was revealed in a Chinese text called Record of the ancient this book was lost a few centuries later. However, in , scientist Sir William Bragg finally discovered why the reflection of the magic mirrors shows the design of its opposite side, and deduced that in its first appearances, the effect was a product of the.
Shanghai museum houses tens of thousands of ancient Chinese bronze mirrors, but only four that has a “semi-transparent” quality, and this is one of them. An Over 2,Year-Old Bronze Mirror that Is Semi-Transparent. A bronze ritual tripod wine vessel, Jue, Late shang dynasty, 13thth century bc. 8 in. ( cm.) high. Sold for $32, on March at Christie’s in New York Jue: One of the more striking vessels (above) of the archaic ritual bronze assembly — another ritual wine vessel, with a prominent spout. Chinese Mirrors. Though uncommon until the Han dynasty, the Chinese made mirrors since the Neolithic period. Chinese mirrors are made from a bronze alloy rather than glass. This craft was developed primarily during the Han dynasty. Mirrors are cast with one flat side and one side decorated with intricate lines, symbols. Bronze mirrors were produced in China from neolithic times until the Qing Dynasty, when western glass mirrors were brought to China. Bronze mirrors were usually circular, with one side polished bright, to give a reflection, and the reverse side with designs. They often had a knob in the center so that they could be attached to clothing.
Buy Bronze Mirrors from Ancient China First Edition by Graham, D.H. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : D.H. Graham. The ancient Chinese casting techniques Male, born in Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province. He graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in He is a specialist of ancient Chinese bronze and art casting and has been a researcher of Shanghai Museum and the director-commissioner of the Art Casting Technical Committee of China Foundry Association. Mr. In China mirrors began to be made from metal alloys, a mixture of tin and copper called speculum metal that could be highly polished to made a reflective surface as well as mirrors made of polished bronze. Metal alloys or precious metals mirrors were very valuable items in ancient times only affordable to . - This time our quest for proof of advanced ancient knowledge takes us straight to ancient China and Japan, where we encounter some of the strangest objects in the world - so called "magical mirrors". The exact origins of ancient Chinese "magical" mirrors are unknown. About 1, years ago, a book entitled Record of Ancient Mirrors still existed.