How to distinguish the true and false Ming and Qing furniture from the classical furniture collection

In recent years, Chinese classical furniture has become very popular. More and more people have turned their attention from sheet metal furniture to mahogany furniture with investment value, which has caused people to pay great attention to antique mahogany furniture.

Since ancient times, mahogany furniture has been one of the hot spots of people's hype. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, mahogany furniture was especially beautiful: Ming Dynasty furniture was slender, noble in materials and excellent in workmanship, which was a masterpiece of the world. The Qing Dynasty furniture used a lot of floral ornaments, gradually becoming dignified and heavy, forming a different style from Ming Dynasty furniture.

With a few hot collections, it is naturally less and less old, especially hardwood furniture. In fact, the hardwood furniture in the Ming and Qing Dynasties is not big in the world. Now it can only be seen in museums. It is even rarer to shoot. There are some that have missed the market and have long existed in the hands of collectors. These backgrounds provide opportunities for counterfeiting, shoddy and shoddy.

In the face of today's ancient furniture collection, the phenomenon of fish and beads, how can we get to know the pearl?

As a collection, if you buy classical furniture, you should pay attention to the material. For example, some people sell ancient furniture now. If he says it is mahogany, it is not allowed to be fake. Because the mahogany furniture was made in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it was generally created by the palace office. Each piece has a record and is customized. Only a few emperors and elder brothers have the opportunity to use it. How can there be so many on the market today? So once someone encounters a change of furniture in Hongmu Ming and Qing Dynasties, it is obvious that there are many products.

In addition, materials that are impossible at a certain time, if they appear, must be false. For example, you have a yellow pear cabinet. The material used for huanghuali was only available in the Ming Dynasty and the early Qing Dynasty. Now there are Huanghuali furniture in the Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China. Naturally, it is not true. Of course, these furniture can also judge the true and false from the appearance and style. Some of the new huanghuali cabinets are artificially worn. But the old furniture looks dirty from the outside, it is a thief light, and the real appearance is very moist, the light is dark, and the hand feels like touching the baby's skin. The huanghuali tree grows on the cliffs of Jianfengling, Hangluo Mountain, Hainan Island. It is difficult to cut down due to the terrain and it is limited in number. It belongs to non-renewable trees. The growth period takes hundreds of years, but the bowl is thick. Therefore, there is no such wood after the prosperity of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Even if there is something, it is minimal, so that it can be used as a true and false generation.

When collecting mahogany furniture, we must also pay attention to the five elements of furniture styling: the knotted carving. Don't have speculation, don't pay too much attention to materials. After all, you are collecting furniture instead of collecting wood. The two cannot be confused. To be truly inside, to stop the moment, you can stay away from the trap of market speculation. See more and learn more, read more books, chat with people inside the circle, you will grow a lot of knowledge about mahogany furniture. The easiest way is to go to the furniture store and slowly get to know friends in this area.

Guangdong GO editorial report

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