Jade Cong tube, Qijia culture (2200-1800 BCE)
- Image Number:K1C001969N000000000PAC
- Dynamy:Neolithic Period
- Material:Mineral/jade jewelry/jade Stone
grayish blue with green, “sugar coated white” sapphire, The color of sugar is very dark, and the dish red is warm and moist. The inner circle and the outer circle are cong shaped. They are made neatly. The nozzle is slightly long. The inner circle and the outer circle of the nozzle are not round, but the nozzle at one end is cut diagonally. The outer wall is engraved with a poem made by the Emperor Qianlong: “The soil is still rich in Chinese jade, which is clear that Qin is Han. It was not made after the Wei and Jin Dynasties, but it was doubted that it was made in the time of wood and gold. The Emperor Mingming should meet with a cutting, and Zhongshan Ying was sealed off. He picked up a new sentence to capture the north with a brush, and looked at the ancient times and still talked about the external feelings. The Emperor Qianlong’s imperial title of Ding Youyu.”
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