The relics of Jinsha Relic
Situated in the Jinsha village of Supo, the Site of Jinsha Relic unearthed a large number of precious antiques including the colorful gold ware, bronze ware, bronze figures, jade ware, fade head portraits and animals which are novel in design, vivid in outline and exquisite in skills. They have some similarities to the relics in the site of Sanxindui and meanwhile they have their own characteristics. It is another great archaeological discovery after the discovery of Sanxingdui Relics and draws attentions of the world. The rich unearthed cultural relics show the culture of the ancient Shu Empire in the Shan and Zhou Dynasty to the world.
The gold-foiled bird ware is tinged with mystery as it depicts four holy birds flying around the glorious sun. The highly-skilled craftsmanship and originalities give life to the artwork and they also display the rich imagination and creativity of the Shu people. This is an epitome of their soul and symbol of their spirit. The art work is not only a masterpiece of the Chinese ancient decorative pattern, but also a treasure of the world art.