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Author: Bianweihui Order No. 3156 ISBN: 7200044989 Binding: Hardcover in Slipcase Publisher: Beijing Publishing House Pub Year: 2001 Pages: 300 Language: Chinese-English Size: 8.5 x 11.5 This volume illustrates over 200 ancient Chinese bronzes from the Shang to the Ming dynasties. In addition to the exquisitely cast archaic pieces of the Shang, Zhou and Warring States periods, it includes unusual examples of bronze wares from the Six dynasties, Tang, Liao, Jin, Yuan, and Ming dynasties. Series Introduction: The abundant and valuable cultural relics of Beijing are an important component of Chinas cultural heritage, but for many years, these treasures can be seen only in museums or at some exhibitions. The publication of Gems of Beijing Cultural Relics Series makes it possible for the general readership to have a glimpse of these valuable treasures. The series includes thousands of masterpieces selected from the collections of Beijing antiquarian units and museums and shows them in 16 volumes: Stone Carvings, Stone Inscriptions, Pottery and Porcelain (2 volumes), Jades, Bronzes, Ancient Bells, Buddhist Images, Gold and Silver Wares, Calligraphy, Paintings, Rare Ancient Books, Textiles and Embroidery, Furniture, and Works of Decorative Arts (2 volumes).  
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