Praying for good fortune and dispelling disasters through sacrifice are spiritual needs to feel safe and sound, and contented in particular history and social stages. In the creation of auspicious objects, the five key themes—fortune, emolument, longevity, happiness and property—are strongly rooted within Chinese culture and people’s deep wishes and love for life. Auspicious culture was very popular in ancient China, and its marks are found in relics of various materials and uses.
From the collections of this museum, some 300 selected objects may present visitors with a fresh view and new interpretation of old relics. Signs of auspiciousness can be spotted in china, jade, bronze, lacquers, tiles, paintings and calligraphy, silk fabrics, New Year pictures, inkstones and ink sticks, and carvings of different materials.
Auspicious Culture in Ancient Chinawill be exhibited in Tianjin Museum, China. Itconsists of five parts: Fortune, Emolument, Longevity, Happiness and Property. Visitors can see displays of different kinds, including documents, image panels, animation demos, HD video, multimedia interactive devices and other auxiliary exhibit items. The unique style and elaborate design of the space highlight the theme and visitors may gain a better understanding ofAuspicious Culture in Ancient China.
Graded Objects: 300 Pieces(Set)
Availability: 18 May 2016--18 May 2017