The emergence of bronzes in Shang and Zhou Dynasties in China symbolizes an important symbol of ancient social civilization. It is a special product of the noble society with strict hierarchy advocating etiquette. At that time, it was used in sacrificing gods and enjoying ancestors, etiquette communication, feasting guests and other activities called ritual utensils. Nobles of different identities have rituals commensurate with their status. In the long period of development of bronze casting, the variety of bronze ware, the exquisite decoration and the perfection of casting technology are the brilliant embodiment of the ancients'creativity.

Bronze wares of Shang and Zhou Dynasties had many shapes, such as plates, carbuncles and honors, among which the most prominent one was the tripod. It is an ancient noble cooking sacrificial utensil, generally round, with three feet and two ears, but also square four feet. Because it was used for cooking, the ancients also called it tripod brass. In later generations, Taoists used it to refine alchemy. Later, people used it as incense burner in temples, but most of it was not cast in bronze. Mao Gong Ding, a bronze vessel of the Western Zhou Dynasty, is now in the Palace Museum of Taipei. Its shape is simple and dignified, and the foot of three beasts is solid and powerful. There are 32 lines and 497 words on the tripod, which shows that the tripod was made by Mao Gong, the Minister of Zhou Dynasty, who was grateful for the emperor's empowerment. Dake Ding, a bronze vessel of the Western Zhou Dynasty, is now hidden in the Shanghai Museum. It is decorated with small animal faces and raised edges. Its 290-word long inscription shows that it is also a master of the Zhou Dynasty. It was cast by the king of Zhou Yi for his noble Lu Yin and his descendants, whose grandchildren are grateful for and worship his grandfather's merits. 。 On May 20, 1999, about 200 meters southeast of Qinshihuang Mausoleum in Shaanxi Province, in an accompanying burial pit between the inner and outer city walls, another Qin bronze tripod weighing 212 kilograms and 60 centimeters high was unearthed, with exquisite shape and full decorative composition. Shaanxi archaeological circles infer that this tripod is the most important vessel of the imperial temple of the Qin Dynasty and is known as the "first tripod of the Qinling Mausoleum".

Since the Shang Dynasty, the bronze tripod has been regarded as a symbol of power, wealth, dignity and inferiority. In the Western Zhou Dynasty, the size of the tripod used represented the noble status. "Gong Yang Zhuan" He Xiuzhuyun: "The Son of Heaven Jiuding, seven princes, five doctors, three Yuan Shi." Later generations therefore use the word "nine tripod" to describe the prestige of the Son of Heaven. The noble family, also because of the luxury of striking bells and eating tripod, is known as the "bell ring tripod eating house". Because ancient emperors liked to engrave words on the bronze tripod to remember merits and virtues, the bronze tripod was also called "the instrument of Zhong Ding Li and Music". Cai Yong of Han Dynasty thought that it could "Zhaode Jigong" to show his descendants. In this way, the bronze tripod became the symbol of the kingship in ancient Chinese society and the symbol of the survival of the country. Our country of Cathay is also known as "the land of rites and music of Zhong Ding". According to Zuozhuan, in the Spring and Autumn Period, King Chuzhuang led the Northern Expedition to Luoshui to show off his force to the Zhou Dynasty. King Zhou Ding had to send King Sun Man to reward the Chu Army. However, King Chuzhuang proudly asked Wang Sun Man about the size of the nine tripod of Chuan Guo. This allusion of "Chu Zi's triumph" shows that the King of Chuzhuang covets the Zhou Dynasty. "Jinshu Wang Dun Zhuan" thus also said: "There is a desire to win the championship, fear and evil." "Triumph" has become a substitute for "usurpation". Because the tripod generally has three legs, it extends to the words "tripod confrontation" and "tripod confrontation" to indicate the confrontation of power. In the past imperial examination system, the first three names of the first class of soldiers were Dingjia, and the top one was Dingyuan, which was also called Dingyuan.

The reason why the bronze tripod has such a rich identity can arouse so many imaginations about kingship and wealth lies first in its formal and round bronze shape, which is dignified and stable, and secondly in the rich decorative mattresses. Of course, the colorful breath between its shape and decoration will bring people lasting and brilliant associations.
Since the reform and opening up, many precious tripods have been made in various parts of China. These tripods are no longer symbols of power, but represent peace, prosperity, peace and integrity. For example, the "Century Treasure Ding" delivered to the United Nations Headquarters, the "Hong Kong Return Treasure Ding" made for the return of Hong Kong in 1997, the "Macao Return Treasure Ding" made for the return of Macao, the "Treasure Ding of National Unity" made for the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the peaceful liberation of Tibet, and the "China Longevity Ding" made for the development of tourism in Hengshan, Hunan. The "Yanhuang Baoding" in Zhengzhou, Henan Province, and the "Zhaoqing Jiulong Baoding" in Zhaoqing, Guangdong Province are the "seeking truth from facts" and the "Spring and Autumn Ding" made for the 100th anniversary of Deng Xiaoping's birth and the 2500th anniversary of Taiyuan's founding.
These bronze giant tripods are all contracted by Jiangxi Tongqing Metal Crafts Co., Ltd. and are praised as "the king of China" by peers and users. In order to live up to this reputation, our company will continue to improve the production, design technology and service quality, dedicated to the design and production of more and more exquisite works of art for all sectors of society.