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Rosewood carving cabinet of Yunlong robes
Update time:[2020-11-7]    Page view :1133

Rosewood carving cabinet all planning learning Yunlong robes Watkins Nan wood dragon robes cabinet dragon Shuncheng preserved, the Ming Dynasty style. It once participated in the fourth Chinese folk arts and crafts award held in Beijing in 2007, representing the Gaobeidian classic furniture village. The cabinet door and the top cabinet four door plate each carved dragon four, two litres two drop, the door plate red wood furniture sofa as the middle limit, divided into one of the left and right dragons, left and right one, the meaning: working days to swing each other, step up; the bottom of the cabinet sitting dragon one, meaning: dignified and solemn; sitting dragon both sides have Feng one Feng one only each side Feng one Feng only each side Feng one side one Feng only each Feng one phoenix one only each side Feng one only Feng one Feng one only each Feng one Feng one only each side Feng one only one Feng only Meaning: Dragon and Phoenix, at the bottom of sea water; river carved teeth, meaning: Yamakawa Masashige, land.

The method for making the mahogany furniture for all the planning and manufacturing of the mahogany furniture is for the pure handmade knives and carvings, four layers of relief.

Rosewood carving cabinet by the Vietnamese old pear Yunlong robes made. Pear has yellow pear, pear, pear, pear and even red flower pear. In the meantime, the raw material of yellow pear is very easy to survive, but it is very difficult to be made of wood. Now, the market price of huanghuali pear is 2000 yuan (US $305) /500 grams.

Like the wood of red sandalwood and acid branch, the pear wood has been the top timber for furniture since the Tang Dynasty more than 1000 years ago. In the late Ming and early Qing Dynasty, pear was widely selected for its common raw materials, which led to such lumber being cut down. I heard that when Zheng He went down to Nanyang, he brought back many pears and pears for the palace.