Weight in the shape of an auditory animal, Han dynamics (206 BCE – 220 CE)
- Image Number:C1A000741N000000000PAC
- DYNASTY:Han dynamics
- Function:Stationery, stationery
- Mat Serial:Mineral/metal/bronze
, Make a tiger like crouching, turn the tail around the inner side of the abdomen to the spine and turn outward, and a line of yin in the middle of the nape bends Sui shaped; Put your front feet together, and your eyes are alert. A disc base is attached to the bottom of the utensil, which is cast together with the utensil body. The center of the bottom is filled with lead to increase weight and is suitable for pressing objects. The surface is gilded with green spots. “Chu Ci, Nine Songs, Xiang Jun”: “White jade is the town.” Wang Yi of the Eastern Han Dynasty noted that “white jade is the town of seats.” Before the tables and chairs were widely used, people had to sit on the seats. The corners of the seats should have something to hold them down to prevent them from being blown away. There are often four groups of bronze beast towns unearthed in the tombs of the Warring States Period and the Han Dynasty, which have the function of seat town. After the Song Dynasty, scholars often used it as a paperweight. It was recorded on page 17, page 18, of Volume B of the Western Qing Dynasty Continuation Book. It was written as “Tang Rui Beast Book Town II”. The Qing Palace was equipped with a wooden seat
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