For the Exhibition of Ancient Chinese Bronze Art held at the National Museum of China, we tailored various of the freestanding cases based on the exhibits. This exhibition was Relicase's second cooperation with the national museum of china. It is similar to an ancient Chinese coin, both belonging to the metal collection. We took advantage of a tailored design to earn acclaim.
This exhibition featured a wide range of ancient Chinese bronze art, including those excavated from ancient tombs. It showing epitomizes the brilliant achievements of bronze in ancient China. This project, we took full consideration on the design to make the Ancient Chinese Bronze best display through our showcase.
The exhibition of the Bronze Art exhibition brings together many precious bronze vessels. Through 103 pieces of ancient bronzes, including the grand 'Hou Mu Wu' ding, the 'Zi Long' ding - the largest round bronze tripod from the Shang Dynasty and the 'Yu' ding with a 291-character inscription inside the body. The artifacts excavated from the tomb of Fu Hao impress us with both shape and workmanship. From the Xia, Shang, and Western Zhou Dynasties to the Spring and Autumn and the Warring States Periods, bronze vessels evolved from utilitarian objects to exquisite artifacts. Their shapes, designs, and inscriptions embody the aesthetic taste of particular periods.