Yi water vessel with an animal handle and foot in human figures, late Western Zhou period, 857/53-771 BCE
- Image Number:K1A002392N000000000PAE
- Dynasty:Western Zhou dynamics Category:Bronzes
- Function:Water dispenser, The ritual vessel
- Description:. The lower part of the mouth is decorated with crooked patterns composed of deformed animal patterns, and the belly is decorated with tile patterns. The four feet are in the shape of a man. The man is standing with his arms crossed. The head is connected to the bottom of the belly of the utensil. It looks like an alien servant. The fish is made of two giant animals, with its front foot resting on its mouth edge. It enters the fish to drink water. Its four legs are vivid and natural. The open flow curve is beautiful and extremely elegant. It is a bronze water vessel with ingenuity and imagery
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