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AN UNUSUAL ARCHAISTIC SILVER AND GOLD-INLAID BRONZE VASE, FANG HU
AN UNUSUAL ARCHAISTIC SILVER AND GOLD-INLAID BRONZE VASE, FANG HU
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AN UNUSUAL ARCHAISTIC SILVER AND GOLD-INLAID BRONZE VASE, FANG HU

SONG-MING DYNASTY (AD 960-1644)

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AN UNUSUAL ARCHAISTIC SILVER AND GOLD-INLAID BRONZE VASE, FANG HU
SONG-MING DYNASTY (AD 960-1644)
The vessel is cast with a wide band of stylized dragons between various decorative bands. The neck is flanked by a pair of C-shaped handles emerging from animal heads. The decoration is accented with gold and silver inlay.
16 in. (40.6 cm.) high
Provenance
George Walter Vincent Smith (1832-1923), Springfield, Massachusetts, acquired prior to 1910.

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