Cup Mat of Chang Dai-chien Works Porcelain Cup Coaster

  • 10 - 29 Sets
    $22.00
  • 30 - 99 Sets
    $20.00
  • >=100 Sets
    $17.00
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Table Decoration & Accessories Type:
Mats & Pads
Material:
porcelain
Feature:
Sustainable
Place of Origin:
Sichuan, China
Brand Name:
Shibijia
Model Number:
SBJ-Cupmat-1
1 Set:
Includes 5 Cup Mats
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
1000 Set/Sets per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
This product will be safely packed.
Product Description

Cup Mat Set of Chang Da-chien's Works


This set of cup mats is the art derivative from Chang Da-Chien's artworks. The patterns of the cup mats are taken from five masterpieces of Chang Da-Chien. This set of cup mats includes five cup mats, with three square and two round. They are Fishing in Spring, Autumn Color of Lakes, Bird and Red Leaves, Common Camellia, and A Mimic of Zhao Wenmin's Style for Mountains and Waters. 


Chang Dai-Chien, male, native in Neijiang of Sichuan Province. He is China’s renowned artist in Traditional Chinese Painting and Calligraphy. His works of mountains and waters, flowers and birds as well as portraits are all unique in his own style.


Mr. Chang, unlike others, is widely adored for his courage and experience. He received accolades from his western peers as the “Painter of Orient”, and was praised by another world famous Chinese artist Xu Beihong as “A Chinese Painter with Highest Achievements in 5 Centuries”.


Product Name:
Cup Mat Set of Chang Da-chien's Works
Material:
Porcelain
Support:
Plastic Support
Feature:
Nonskid design with a cork pad at the bottom
Color:
Red
Size:
100x100x8mm for mats; 130x130x70mm for packaging box
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SHIBIJIA, a world-renowned and time-honored brand in Chinese artwork trade and education, has been witnessing the rises and falls of Chinese economy ever since its founding in 1920.

SHIBIJIA, its Chinese name literally means, “a family even the maid servants love poetry”, has profound implications of Chinese culture. According to A New Account of World Tales, a then journalism collection of chaotic China, the great scholar of Eastern Han Dynasty (A.D. 25-220), Zheng Xuan had such erudite family tradition that even his maid servants were adept at rhythm and literature.

Modern SHIBIJIA bolsters trading of “Four Treasures of the Study” (the writing brushes, ink sticks, paper and ink stone for traditional Chinese art production), auction of artwork, education & training, art gallery, development of artistic and cultural works, designing of books and electronic commerce.

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