Collection: HAN, JIN, THREE KINGDOMS(206BC-420)

In ancient China, the Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) marked a period of stability, economic growth, and cultural progress, notably establishing the Silk Road for trade and cultural exchange. The subsequent Jin Dynasty (265-420 AD) faced political challenges, leading to regional fragmentation.

The Three Kingdoms Period (220-280 AD) followed the Han's decline, characterized by political disunity and military conflicts among Wei, Shu, and Wu. Post-Han, societal changes and the emergence of warlords shaped this transitional phase, reflected in artifacts like Gilt-Bronze Incense Burners.