AN ARCHAISTIC GOLD AND SILVER-INLAID BRONZE JAR, HU
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AN ARCHAISTIC GOLD AND SILVER-INLAID BRONZE JAR, HU

SONG-MING DYNASTY (AD 960-1644)

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AN ARCHAISTIC GOLD AND SILVER-INLAID BRONZE JAR, HU
SONG-MING DYNASTY (AD 960-1644)
The pear-shaped body is inlaid in silver with bands of pairs of confronted dragons within rectangular borders, interrupted by a pair of gold-inlaid taotie masks suspending rings on the shoulder and another pair on the lower body. The foot is inlaid in silver with a rope-twist band.
11 ¾ in. (28.9 cm.) high

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