The maximum size is 16.4*6.5 cm, the minimum size is 5.4*1.4 cm
In 1970, the Huaguoshan Sanyuan Palace was handed over in Lianyungang City
This group of jade strips are embossed from white jade. There are three types: rectangular, peach-shaped and rectangular with rounded corners at one end. A set is 20 pieces in size. A jade strip attached to the third-grade purple garment of the Sanyuan Palace in Yuntai Mountain was awarded to the birth mother of Emperor Wanli in the 22nd year of Wanli. It was made by the court craftsmen of the Ming Dynasty. It was meticulously carved from Hetian green white jade. Using the technique of hollow carving, the jade belts of different sizes and shapes were carved with patterns such as dragons and flowers and birds, and the back was plain. The whole set of jade strips has delicate jade quality, rigorous structure and exquisite craftsmanship, giving people a sense of exquisite and translucent. The Ming, Qing, and the Republic of China, as important temple properties of the Sanyuan Palace, have been properly preserved and have important historical research value and ornamental value.
Height 2.9, length 12, width 2.5 cm
Unearthed from the Han Tomb in Wangtuanzhuang, Haizhou District, Lianyungang City in 1962
This group of topaz pigs is the only topaz pig of the Han Dynasty found in China. The jade pig is commonly known as the holding pig and was very popular in the Han Dynasty. According to the book "Baopuzi": "The gold and jade are in the nine orifices, so the dead will not be corrupt". The reason for holding pigs is that pigs can give birth to children, which represents wealth. The more they give birth, the more families will get rich, and the deceased will have wealth in their hands, and offspring will be rich. Holding a pig in the funeral goods not only has a symbol of wealth, but also has the function of showing the status of the owner of the tomb.
A pair of two
jade pigs, the texture is the best among Hetian topaz-"chicken oil topaz", the jade is pure and bright in color, which is extremely rare. The shape of the jade pig is well-proportioned, lying prone, with a small hole in the tail. The detailed features such as the face and limbs of the pig are accurately and vividly portrayed with skillful knife techniques and concise lines, with a typical "Han eight swords" style, which fully reflects the superb jade carving skills of the Han Dynasty. Yuzhu has a gentle expression, piercing eyes, and a calm expression, which is very lovely. It was selected as one of the Top Ten National Treasures of Jiangsu Province in the "National Treasure Exhibition of Jiangsu Province" in 2005.
5.1 diameter, 0.7 cm thick
Lianyungang City Finance Bureau assigned
The white jade tetrazoa is in the shape of a continuous ring, which is basically intact and has a bright color in some parts. The texture is pure Xinjiang Hetian white jade with exquisite carvings. The four chicks on the jade ring are intertwined with their heads and tails intertwined with each other. The posture is beautiful and dynamic, giving people a lifelike feeling. Has high artistic appreciation and scientific research value.