London, South Kensington
19 July 2007
Two Chinese bronzes of Gu and Ding form
the gu vase decorated to the exterior with four sets of flanges running the length of the body separating the low relief decorative panels of toatie masks, lappets and geometric motifs; and a ding vase with upright handles and archaistic decoration, with wood cover and stand -- 10¼in. (26cm.) high max. (2)
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