Three misunderstandings of mahogany furniture collection

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The collection of mahogany furniture has become a fashion in today's society. In fact, the water of mahogany furniture collection is very deep, and newcomers should understand three misunderstandings.

● Misunderstanding 1: Rosewood has collection value

The so-called mahogany mainly consists of five genera and eight categories, which are divided into red sandalwood, Dalbergia, diospyros, genus and genus. The eight species are rosewood, rosewood, fragrant wood, black rosewood. , red rosewood, ebony, striped ebony and wenge wood. Among them, Hainan Huanghua Pear is the most superior material, very rare. Some collectors tend to over-confident mahogany when they choose, only pay attention to the scarcity of materials and neglect the production process. They think that as long as the furniture made of mahogany has collection value, this view is wrong.

"Jade is not awkward, not a device." The same is true for mahogany furniture. Fine mahogany furniture pays attention to "shape, material, art". The craft and shape determine the collection value of mahogany furniture. The price of the same piece of furniture on the market may differ by a hundred times.

● Misunderstanding 2: Pursuit of "Ten Tan Nine"

"Ten Tan Nine" originally meant that the large red sandalwood wood is basically hollow, and the yield is extremely low. Correspondingly, the price of a slightly larger rosewood furniture would be surprisingly high.

However, this sentence may not be correct. There are many large table cases in the Palace Museum. The materials used are thick and long. Some cases are more than 3 meters long. The materials used in such furniture cannot be hollow. The red sandalwood displayed in the Shanghai Museum has many large items. .

The red sandalwood is said to have more than ten varieties, three or four that can be seen in China. A few years ago, the first batch of large-scale red sandalwood imported from overseas was almost hollow, and the trunks were straight. It was too far away from the evaluation of the “Ten Tan Nine”, but after repeated comparisons, the experts of the Palace Museum finally confirmed the red sandalwood and The pieces of red sandalwood furniture left in the palace of the Ming Dynasty belong to the same kind of wood.

● Misunderstanding 3: Grimace is the only criterion for Hainan Huanghuali

Many furniture collectors who are just getting started, when identifying Hainan huanghuali furniture, often have a small number of faces and faces on the surface of the material, which is used as the main indicator to judge whether the furniture is good or bad. This method cannot be said to be completely wrong, but it is partial. The huanghua pear that grows in the western part of Hainan Island, due to the sinister ecological environment, has three to four hundred years of talented trees, and the trunk is irregular, the trunk and the tree knot are changeable, and it is easy to form a huanghuali grimace, but this Hainan huanghuali is difficult. Made of large furniture, it is easier to see more faces on many small furniture. Some huanghua pears that grow in the flat areas of the eastern part of the island are relatively straight, the trunks are thicker and the yield is higher. They have very few ghost faces on the surface, but the wavy water is the main ornament, and the color is also Be shallower. Therefore, when distinguishing Hainan Huanghuali furniture, ghost face is not the only criterion.

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