The sunken wood, because of its general blackness, Therefore, the image of Sichuan side is generally called "ebony," and later it spread to become a common name for "sunken wood." (it is completely different from the concept of "ebony" in China's mahogany standard), which was from 2000 to 40,000 years ago. The ancient Sichuan region celestial body occurs the natural variation, by the earthquake, the flood, the debris flow and so on the ground plant biology and so on all buries the ancient river bed and so on the low-lying place. Some of the trees buried in the silt, under the hypoxia, high pressure, bacteria and other microorganisms, after thousands of years or even thousands of years of carbonization process, so also known as "carbonized wood."Ebony (sunken wood) is badly carbonized and crumbles at a touch.
In China's Sichuan basin, the magic Sanxingdui, like the world-famous Sanxingdui relics, is a precious human heritage in Sichuan. It is an important part of ancient Shu civilization and has the reputation of living fossil. Ebony (sunken wood) after years of vicissitudes of life, suffering from a variety of natural external and internal consolidation of the force, so that its natural shape strange, simple, elegant, thousands of gestures, no wonder foreigners visit, are amazed by the "Oriental wood."
The essence of ebony is hard (iron is the toughest, red toon is softer; whether it can sink under water after it forms and returns to the sun (dried in the shade) depends on the species of trees in which it is formed. Both sunk and float-especially if the finished product is small enough to float on the water.The sunken wood is strange.
As ebony is a non-renewable resource, the amount of development is less and less, some natural shape of ebony art has a certain collection value.
More boutique exhibition, please pay close attention to Chongqing Guhuaxuan international boutique recommendation!