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Gold Lacquer Wood Plum Blossom

Li Siqing, the 4th generation of inheritor of “Gold Lacquer Wood Plum Blossom”, during art creation in Yingcheng City of Hubei on Aug.4th, 2015 (photo by Liu Zhenyu)

Gold Lacquer Wood Plum Blossom is a kind of traditional handcraft in Yingcheng City of central China’s Hubei. With a history of over 110 years, it first appeared in the late Qing Dynasty, and was popular during the Republic of China. It belongs to lacquer artistic work, and is famous for elegant modeling and fine carving.

Gold Lacquer Wood Plum Blossom by Li Siqing was listed as an item of the 4th batch of Hubei provincial intangible cultural heritage in 2014.

(hubei.gov.cn by Mao Huifang)