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First two rows are the Opulent Ru-Ware Imperial Colors
with Gold Bands Made as Imperial Tribute Wares to Emperor
and his Court. First row from right to left Imperial Moon Light
White Glaze, Imperial Sky Blue Glaze, Imperial Sky After Rain
Glaze, Second row Imperial Pale Celadon Glaze, Imperial
Celadon Glaze, Third Row Chosen by the Emperor to be used
by Himself and his Court the Imperial Celadon Glaze with very
Modest and Refind Forms, these are the very first wares
authorized and used exclusively by the Emperor and his Court
in China's History
corrosion substance on old bronze is CUPRITE, an ox blood color mineral.
On cuprite will grow the second form of
corrosion, Malachite, a green color crystal/mineral.
On malachite will grow the 3rd form of
corrosion, Azurite, the nice blue crystal/mineral.
To see if your piece is genuine, it is very
simple & impossible to reproduce:
If you scratch the azurite, you must find some
And if you scratch that layer of malachite, you
MUST find cuprite.
Azurite cannot grow on it's own, it needs
And Malachite needs the cuprite to grow on
There are no exception to that rule, if your
piece is made of bronze,)
Bronze is an alloy consisting mainly of