Guiyang made the Ming Dynasty iron clock

A few days ago, Chi Fumin, executive vice president of the Chuzhou City Collection Association, went to Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province for a business trip, and found a Ming Dynasty iron bell cast by Guiyang in a local resident's home.

Chi Fumin is a native of Guiyang County and has always been very enthusiastic about the protection of cultural relics in his hometown. In his home, the reporter saw an iron bell with a height of 0.8 meters, a diameter of 0.6 meters and a weight of about 100 kilograms. The shape was beautiful, the lines were smooth and the patterns were clear. The iron clock is in the shape of a horn, and the shoulders are straight and the bells are connected by the double dragons. The dragons are powerful and powerful. On the clock, there is a Yangzhu inscription "Guiyang State... Huangshaping Shengfengyu, Jiajing twenty-nine winters", a total of 246 words, clearly recorded the casting time and attribution of the iron bell.

It is understood that Guiyang County is rich in metal mineral resources and is the "land of non-ferrous metals" and "the land of eight treasures". At the end of the Qin and Han dynasties, the county was established. The Western Han Dynasty Wudi Yuanshou four years (119 BC) announced the salt and iron official camp policy, 49 places in the country, including the south of the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, only one Guiyang. Guiyang was set up as a special administrative region in the Tang Dynasty, and Mingjiajing set up a state. It was a major town for coinage and smelting at that time.

According to the relevant experts, the iron clock in the early Qing Dynasty was rare in Hunan, not to mention the generation. The iron bell of the Ming Dynasty is of great value to the foundry industry in Guiyang and even the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River.

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