Hainan Pear rose more than 400 times in 10 years and is comparable to gold

Before and after the Spring Festival in 2012, Wu Gaoliang, a peasant in Pengzhou, Sichuan Province, discovered ebony worth more than RMB 12 million in his own contracted land. The public’s concern about this incident has continued to ferment.... Approved by the Institute of Wood Industry, Chinese Academy of Forestry, Wu Gaoliang’s group of ebony found in this group was recognized as the Phoebe nannanensis, which is commonly known as “Phoenicia nanmu”. In the market, ebony, a species of ash tree, is the most expensive. 12 million worth is not unfounded.

In recent years, the popularity of rare wood collections has not been inferior to jewellery. Because of the cultural value of rare wood, even more literary and elegant people are admired, it is also hot market speculation. However, "crazy wood" has attracted attention not only because of this, but it is hard to find genuine products. Taking Hainan Huanghuali as an example, this species has long been extinct and its average increase has been as high as 400 times in 10 years.

Hainan Huanghua Hainan Huanghua pear has been extinct since 2005?

"Hainan pears are not extinct in recent years." A Guangzhou folk rosewood collector told reporters that Hainan Huanghua pear ("sea yellow") has been nearly extinct in the late Ming and early Qing as a result of the slow progress and heavy material. According to the expert, the Qing Dynasty used to store some yellow pear wood. When Qianlong withdrew, he used a large part to purchase the “Qianlong Garden.” When Yuan Shikai became king, he completely exhausted.

The furniture made by Huang Huali, which has been talked about by collectors, was born in the Ming Dynasty. This is closely related to the attainment of the academic and aesthetic sense of the gentry. During the Ming dynasty, the sea ban was lifted during the Qing dynasty to break the millennial taboos of closed doors and closed the country. Zheng He went to the West to communicate the trade channels at sea. The highest quality Huang Hua pear produced in Hainan, China, also landed across the sea and entered Beijing's Royal Palace.

It is understood that when Hainan pears reappeared in people's eyes, they were the herbal exhibition area of ​​the Hainan delegation at the 1963 Shanghai Expo. At that time, some experts discovered a small number of Hainan huanghuali wild trees in the deep forests, but the last batch of Hainan huanghuali was also cut down. At this point, the market is no longer difficult to trace the traces of Hainan pear.

“It can be deduced that Haihuang has been almost extinct since 2005. At present, the raw material for Hainan Huanghuali furniture on the market is mainly old old furniture and farm tools, as well as some hoarding materials obtained from herbalists. According to the private collectors, since the newly planted Hainan Huanghua pears will take more than 200 years to complete, the faults of Haihuang raw materials may last for 200 years.

In 10 years, the price of Hainan's pear rose more than 400 times. It is comparable to gold Hainan Pear. It is extremely slow, and its medicinal value and collection value are also high. It is understood that regarding the history of Hainan's pears, from the early 1980s, only a few pounds of a pound was cut into wood chips for medicine. By the early 1990s, Huang Huali Furniture had quickly risen to more than 1,000 yuan per kilogram compared with the average person's salary of 100-500 yuan per month. After 1997, the source of Hainan Pear wood has become less and less, and the specifications of the materials have become smaller and smaller. In addition, the acquisition of materials in the country for 10 consecutive years basically exhausted the sources of goods purchased at the time, making the price of wood climb to a higher position. In 1997, the price per metric ton of Hainan huanghuali has reached more than 100,000 yuan. Old material even close to 200,000 yuan.

After entering the year of 2006, the market for top yellow pears began to gradually start, and exceeded the million mark. However, the soaring price of Huanghua pear basically started in 2008. The good, relatively complete old material gradually rose to about 25 million tons. Hainan huanghuali can be called "the world's most expensive wood." The current price of Vietnam pears also reached 3 million yuan a ton.

According to statistics, the price of Hainan Pear rose more than 400 times in 10 years. As the price of yellow pears has advanced by leaps and bounds, industry insiders believe that the price of Huanghua pear in the Ming Dynasty is extremely high, comparable to gold.

Huanghua Pear pattern is beautiful, soft in color and scented. It is easy to mix dark and light colors. It is also suitable for inlays. It has good processing properties, moderate hardness and softness, and is not easy to be deformed. It is suitable for making enamels. It is the Ming and early Qing dynasties. The most respected wood. Hu Desheng, a researcher at the National Palace Museum, once stated that the rise in the price of Huanghua pear is inextricably linked to the characteristics of its own wood.

Hai Huang, the more yellow prices continue to close the reliable odor discrimination In recent years, with the emergence of the name of Vietnam Pear, the Ming and Qing Dynasties classic furniture is also facing the controversy of Hainan PEAR timber. Some experts and scholars and furniture manufacturers believe that the Ming and Qing Dynasties classical furniture are all made of Hainan Huanghuali, there is no Vietnamese Huanghua pear; and some experts and scholars and collectors believe that the Ming and Qing Dynasties have a part of the use of Vietnamese pear production of.

Looking at the historical data, we can see that in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Huanghuali did not have the distinction between Hainan and Vietnam, and the titles of Hainan Huanghua Pear and Vietnamese Huanghua Pear began to appear in recent decades. At the international auctions such as Guardian, Sotheby's, and Poly, the formal catalogue of Huang Huali's furniture has never been clearly marked with the two characters of Hainan and Vietnam. They are collectively referred to as Huanghuali furniture. Until 2000, referring to the "Redwood National Standard" enacted by the "Encyclopaedia Britannica", the origin of Huanghuali was located in Hainan, and there was only a difference between Hainan Huanghuali and Vietnamese Huanghuali.

A few years ago, the price difference between Hainan Huanghuali and Vietnam Huanghuali was more than ten times. In the past two years, with the extinction of Hainan Huanghuali and the gradual scarcity of Vietnam Huanghuali, the price gap between Hainan and Huanghua pears has been continuously narrowing. .

The personage inside course of study introduces, according to the pattern characteristic, color characteristic of Hainan Huang Hua pear to be identified solely, it is easy to enter the mistaken area, need to compare a few kinds to compare. Hainan huanghuali has medicinal herbs that reduce the odor and its odor is soft; while Vietnamese huanghuali has a more pungent odor and is slightly spicy. The color of Hainan Huanghua Pear is softer, the depth and the natural transition are more introverted and the literary style. The deep and light color of Vietnam Pear is more eye-catching, the color contrast and the light and dark changes of the texture are obvious, and the distinction is more clear.

For the investment and collection of Hainan Huanghuali, experts from the collection suggest that if it is the initial stage of entry, it should be seen more and less, and do not blindly enter the court. The “Hainan pear” marked on the market may not be the real sea yellow. Even Hainan pears, which are real materials, should be considered in terms of “shape”, “art”, “material” and “rhyme”. .

- The link belongs to the Dalbergia plant in the family Papilionaceae, and its scientific name is Dalbergia sinensis. Among the many pear varieties, Hainan's pears are the first denominations, and the locals call it "bucky-wood." Hainan huanghuali is mainly grown in Hainan Island, with heavy wood, fine texture, and beautiful color. The new section of heartwood is purplish brown or dark reddish brown, often with black stripes. The new section is full of pungent and strong gas, but it is slightly fragrant for a long time; the structure is fine; the texture is oblique or staggered.

Hainan huanghuali is divided into two kinds: apricot and yellow pear, and the material, color, and texture are also very different due to varieties, growing regions, and different climatic environments. The top grade is "Apricot". It grows and becomes slow, oily, dark in color, and beautiful in design. It resembles "grimaces." Yellow pears are lighter in color, less oily, lighter in weight, and have a slightly poorer appearance.

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