Gui food container with two dragon pattern, early Western Zhou period, 1049/45-957 BCE
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Small mouth, The belly is bulging, the head is half ringed, the ears are drooping, and the feet are outward. Double dragons are used as decorations. The lid is decorated with opposite columnar angles and screw shaped angles. The belly is decorated with coiled double dragons. When the lid is buckled, the dragon head and body can form a complete figure. A similar decoration can be found in the facial He, a man in the Freer Museum of Art in the United States. There are three characters “Zuo Bao Yi” on the inner bottom of this utensil, which are the later works
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