Huanghua pear is actually a yellow-brown "flower pear" or "flower palm". It is the main material of hardwood furniture in Ming and Qing Dynasties, and it is better to use the yellow-brown heartwood. The exquisite wooden furniture in Ming and Qing Dynasties was made of "Huanghua Pear". Its texture was hidden or present, and its color was not quiet or loud. It was regarded as a superior product, which was favored by craftsmen in Ming and Qing Dynasties. Especially, the aesthetic taste of literati and scholar-officials in Ming and Qing Dynasties made Huanghua Pear furniture outstanding in this period, which was impeccable in terms of artistic aesthetics and artificial science, and could be called a treasure in the world furniture art.
The precious degree of huanghuali wood is second only to rosewood (because the producing area is much smaller than rosewood, the output is very small, and because of market speculation, the price of huanghuali has been far behind rosewood, which is dozens of times higher), because the wood property of huanghuali wood is extremely stable, no matter whether it is cold or hot, it does not deform, crack or bend, and it has certain toughness. It is suitable for all kinds of special-shaped furniture, such as three curved legs, which have great bending degree, but huanghuali wood.
Huanghuali is golden and warm in wood color, and its heartwood is dark reddish brown or dark brown, with a texture of repeated corners. The specific gravity of huanghuali wood is lighter, which may be lighter than mahogany (rosewood), and it is semi-submerged when put into water, that is, it is not completely submerged or floating on the water surface. The texture of huanghuali wood is very clear, like flowing clouds and flowing water, which is very beautiful. The most special thing is that there are many wooden pits in the wood grain. These wooden pits are smooth and not cracked, showing the texture of fox head, old man's head and old man's head hair. They are beautiful and lovely, which is what people often call "grimace". Most of the high-grade furniture made in Ming Dynasty and early Qing Dynasty was made of huanghuali wood. Because of excessive logging in the former Dynasty, the huanghuali wood decreased sharply before the mid-Qing Dynasty, and was on the verge of extinction, so mahogany was used instead. According to the published furniture materials of Ming and Qing Dynasties, huanghuali wood has great timber, and the flat head case with a width of half a meter and a length of two meters can be seen.
This nave has obvious modeling style in the late Ming Dynasty and early Qing Dynasty, which is refined from high-quality huanghuali wood. The texture of huanghuali is beautiful because it is not plate-shaped, which highlights the elegant appearance of this nave chair. The shape is solid and heavy, calm and generous, luxuriant and slender, the carver is delicate, and the decoration is accompanied by the bottom. The carved patterns are exquisitely carved, with precise knife cutting, dense composition and high ornamental value. The radian is exaggerated and the lines are smooth, giving people a sense of solidity and firmness. It is displayed in the hall with noble style and full style. This fine art of Tang materials was produced in the peak period of the late Ming Dynasty, and it is a piece of Huanghua Pear furniture with high collection and research value.
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