White Jade Dish of Han Dynasty
Diameter: 10.5 cm
This white jade dish of Han Dynasty is inscribed with seal letters at the bottom of it. It is written in the book "Qianlong Annual System". There are patterns inside and outside the dish and eight diagrams. Its material is very exquisite, illuminated by light, the whole is very transparent, with a sense of jade light. Generally speaking, it is mainly superior Hetian Baiyu, which is used by the imperial court and seldom drifted among the people. In addition, the "Qianlong Annual System" is mainly a jade bowl, almost no other shape. Jade dishes are rare! Hanbaiyu dishes are made of high-grade white jade, with hidden patterns and complicated craftsmanship. Even in the court, they are rare.
The reason why Qianlong Jade Wares in Qing Dynasty were popular in the market is historical. In all kinds of ancient Jades, the quality of Qianlong Jade Wares is very high. During the Qianlong period, the Qing army used a large number of troops in the Western Regions and opened up the Silk Road, which brought a large number of Hetian jade materials into the Mainland of Xinjiang, and promoted the rapid development of jade carving technology and technology in the Mainland. The Qianlong period also became the most prosperous period in the history of ancient Chinese jades. In the auction market, Qianlong Palace jades, especially white jades, are very popular.
The texture of Qianlong Jade Disk is very beautiful and exquisite, showing a natural, unrestrained, enthusiastic and lively artistic effect. It's like an oil painting. It's beautiful and touching. It's the most beloved collection of many large collectors. The collection value of Qianlong Jade Disk is very high, and it's an absolute treasure. Warm and moist jade materials do not make any artificial refreshing, orderly and elegant shape, fully reflects the aesthetic interest of the Qianlong period, is the masterpiece of the Han Baiyu dish at that time. And from the hands of the master, its texture is extremely elegant atmosphere, is a symbol of the Royal imperial objects.