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Potery Oil-efficient Lamp Potery Oil-efficient Lamp of Tang Dynasty-1

Sichuan Museum

Sichuan Museum
Chengdu, China

Tang Dynasty.
Qiong Kiln began to make oil-efficient lamp from the Tang Dynasty. Despite its appearance, it has been praised by poets for hundreds of years since its inception. It has a double calyx with a handle. Oil is held in the flat arc lamp surface, and water is injected into the double calyx from a short mouth in the front. The cold water in the double calyx lowers the temperature in order to save oil. It is a kind of convenient and oil-feeicient lamp with genuine scientific value.

Details

  • Title: Potery Oil-efficient Lamp Potery Oil-efficient Lamp of Tang Dynasty-1
  • Date Created: 618/907
  • Type: pottery ware, pottery ware
  • 高度: 4.2cm, 4.2cm
  • 直径: 11.9(caliber) 5.7(basal), 11.9(caliber) 5.7(basal)
  • 发掘地点: Unearthed at Qionglai County, Sichuan in 1954, Unearthed at Qionglai County, Sichuan in 1954

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