Place of Origin:
From the Tang and Song Dynasties to the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the roof figures gradually developed from the accessories of traditional Chinese architecture into a variety of cultural symbols. The number of these small beasts varies depending on the level of the temple. Of course, the most advanced one is the Forbidden City, which uses ten auspicious beasts as decorations, which is an unparalleled example.
|Name||Ceramic Roof Figure|
|Surface treatment||Glossy and glazed|
|Compression strength||1985 N|
|Product character||The raw materials are from different mountains.|
|high plasticity, no pollution, no radiation and environmental|
|Production process||Raw material - mixture -clay body - first sintering - glazing - second sintering- finished product - packing|
|Available colors||golden yellow, green, blue, grey ,red and black|
1.traditional technology and handmade sculpture
2.sintering for two times ,durable for 30 years
3. high frost resistance ,stand low 30 degree
4.low water absorption ,glaze no peeling for long
5.sculpture patterns customized
|Application||For the roof of garden pavilion, Buddhist Temple, Mosque, pagoda, gateway and other buildings roof in Chinese style|
Traditional Chinese roof tiles are popular used for Buddhist temple and garden house and
Careful and safe packing
Chinese glazed tiles and ornament are packed in plywood case, 24 cases for one full 20ft container.
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