Jade parrot, Song dynasty (960-1279)
- Image Number: K1C000907N000000000PAB
- Dynasty: Southern Song dynasty
- Category: Jades
- Function: Stationery and stationery
- Material: Mineral/Jade Jewelry/
White jade, partially with light brown leather. The whole vessel retains the general shape of the jade seed in the river, and also retains the light brown jade skin. It is ingeniously designed as a parrot that lowers its head to peck at peaches. 12、 In the third century, jade carvings in the Northern Jin Dynasty gradually took flowers, birds and animals as the theme, advocating realism, and there were standing carvings and thick relief carvings. For example, the white jade parrot shaped flower pendant unearthed from the tomb of Wangzuo Jinwu Gulun in Fengtai District, Beijing, and the peacock shaped jade hairpin unearthed from the tomb of Jin Dynasty in Changjuyu, Fangshan District, Beijing are good examples.
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