Venus glass Sanyang Kaitai Mountain is shaped like a rocky mountain, with three sheep of different postures in it.

At the foot of the mountain, the one on the left is looking up at the sky, the one on the right is going down the mountain with its head down, and the other is on the top of the mountain, lying down and looking around, implying "three suns open up".

In the center of the bottom, "Qianlong Year System" is inscribed in double vertical lines in seal script.

Relief carving, round carving and other techniques are used to show the steepness of rocks and the gentleness of sheep.

  Venus glass, also known as "Wendulina Stone", is a glass variety first created in the Qianlong Dynasty and only available in the Qianlong Dynasty. It is named after countless golden light spots shining in the reddish-brown glass body.

During the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty, the glass factory of the Manufacturing Office officially fired Venus glass successfully.

Venus glass is a relatively rare and rare type of glass in the Qing Dynasty. There are no more than 40 pieces in the Forbidden City.

Most of the Venus glassware is processed by the method of rubbing jade, which is completed in the "jade work" in the manufacturing office.

Jinxing glassware can be roughly divided into two categories: stationery and furnishings. The former includes pen holders, pen holders, ink beds, water containers, arm grids, printing color boxes, etc., while the latter includes flower holders, statues, mountain sons, bottles, and pots.

Related to this is the sprinkled Venus glass, which is sprinkled with irregular Venus in the glass.

Of the handed down Qianlong style Venus-sprinkling glassware, only green Venus glass snuff bottles can be seen.

  Reporter Luo Siyu and Liu Xuanting report from Hong Kong

Responsible editor: [Peng Dawei]