- Chinese mirror-making technology entered its heyday in the Tang Dynasty, and the social custom of presenting bronze mirrors became popular in the Tang Dynasty. The Emperor Tangxuanzong designated the fifth day of August as the "Mirror appraisal festival", which day was also his birthday. On this day he often rewarded his officials with bronze mirrors, so presenting mirror gifts was also popular in the folk.
- During the Qing dynasty, European glass mirrors were introduced into China, and the shape, structure, and decoration of mirrors were greatly enriched. The mirror is unique, by making with enamel paint painted gold and other new technology. It is detailed and meticulous. Some set the handle of the mirror uses jade and other precious materials. It is so beautiful as the royal supplies.
- The creative inspiration of this mirror comes from the royal collection of the enamel elliptic mirror of the Qing Dynasty. The back of the mirror is the brocade ground grain. It also has a flower scroll grass grain along with the handle of the mirror. It is elegant and valuable for collection. And it is also a great gift for friends and relatives.
- Product Dimensions：Approx. 5.6" (H)x 2.5"(W)
- Packing: 1pcs/pack
Actually pretty, unfortunately at me scratched zoom-
Absolutely love this mirror, one of my favorites, addicted to making them. See photos of just some I e created. I love it to be a bit larger so I can give it just as a regular sized card, but no problem I just put it on a card.
Excellent quality. Very well packaged