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Beijing Antique Shopping Tour

Would you like find some Chinese antiques in Beijing? Our Designated Beijing Antique Tour brings you to find Chinese old stuff such as jade articles, bronze wares, bird cages, ancient coins, old-style fans, lighters, clothes, accessories, sculptures, etc.

Beijing Antique Shopping Tour

Panjiayuan Flea Market
  • Price: US$ 42/pax
  • Destination: Liulichang Street, Panjiayuan Flea Market, Beijing Curio City, Baoguosi Cultural Market, Hongqiao Market
  • Duration: 9 hours (from 8:00am to 5:00pm with downtown hotel round-trip transfer)
  • Service: hotel transfers + entrance fees + lunch + private tour guide + private car

Precious Chinese Antique Buying Tour Guide

Chinese Antique - Jade

In the same means as gold and diamonds are highly treasured in the West, the Chinese regard jade stone with a special significance. There is a Chinese saying "Gold has a value; jade is invaluable". Nowadays, Jade stone is collected by many Chinese people as an antique. Jade stone also believe to bring good luck to the person wearing it. The Chinese loves jade not only because of its beauty, but also more importantly its culture, meaning and humanity.
Jade is regarded by the Chinese as a stone descended from heaven. Chinese regard jade stone with a special significance.

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Chinese Ceramic

Chinese Ceramic or also called Chinese pottery is one of the most significant forms of Chinese art. Chinese can claim the world's longest and foremost ceramic tradition. The first types of ceramics were made during the Palaeolithic era. The major types of pottery are described as earthenware, stoneware and porcelain, particularly those made in China. Learn about the history of this ancient Chinese art form and experience one of China's time-honored cultural traditions.
One of long-standing traditional antiques in China, ceramics has long been arguably hailed as an icon of ancient Chinese culture.

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Chinese Bronzes

Bronzes have been cast in China for about 3,700 years. Any number of bronze objects that were cast in China might begin from the Bronze Age. The Bronze Age was the time when men learned how to mine and smelt copper and tin to make bronze weapons and tools. Chinese Bronze Age had begun by 1700 B.C. in the kingdom of the Shang dynasty along the banks of the Yellow River in northern China.
For its impressive designs, classical decorative ornamentation, and wealth of inscriptions, the bronze wares were unique national treasures for China.

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Chinese Lacquer Ware

Like porcelain and silk, lacquer ware is a significant component of Chinese cultural relics. Chinese lacquer ware refers to household utensils, handicrafts and artworks coated with lacquer in ancient China. In the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220 AD) lacquer ware was widely used as household utensils. Chinese lacquer is strong and light, at the same time maintaining the elegant appearance and harmonious color. The original wares in China were those coated with black and red lacquers.
Modern lacquer paintings have been displayed in each national fine arts exhibition, attributed to richness of traditional lacquer art and techniques.

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Ancient Chinese Coins

As one of the antiques of China, Chinese ancient coin is very old, has complex history with so many unique unusually shaped coins and even made from many different materials. Chinese coins were cast and widely circulated about 4000 years ago in the Zhou Dynasty. From then, Chinese Coins were circulated continuously till the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Today, people might see the famous ancient Chinese round coin with a central square hole or the silver ingots.
Nowadays, ancient Chinese coins have increase its popularity, collecting Chinese coins and currency even has become a hobby among Chinese people or even foreigners.

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