Bronze cast bronze tripod. Legend has it that Xia Yu once took Jiu Mu's gold and cast Jiu Ding under Jingshan Mountain to symbolize Jiuzhou and carved the charming figure on it so as to alert people to avoid being hurt by it. Since the legend of Yuzhu Jiuding came into being, the tripod has evolved from a common cooker to a traditional heavy one. From Shang Dynasty to Zhou Dynasty, Dingdu or the establishment of a dynasty were called Dingding. When the state was destroyed, Ding moved, Xia Dynasty was destroyed, Shang Dynasty was prosperous, Jiuding moved to the capital of Shang Du Bo (b); when the Shang Dynasty was destroyed, Zhou Dynasty was prosperous, and Jiuding moved to the capital of Zhou Du Ho (h o).
The inscriptions on the tripod and other bronze wares recorded the historical facts of Shang and Zhou Dynasty, such as the rules and regulations, the seal seal seal, sacrifice and expedition, and passed on the seal characters of the Western Zhou Dynasty to later generations, thus forming the art of golden calligraphy with high aesthetic value. As a result, the tripod was more valuable and became a more important history than other bronze wares. Cultural Relic. Li Zehou, an esthetician, holds that Chinese bronze is the most aesthetic bronze art in the mature period of bronze art in China, with its unique tripod-tripod as the core representative, heavy and solid implements, fierce and mysterious decorations, and deep and prominent carvings.