Gui food container of the Duke of Rui, early Spring and Autumn period, 770-671 BCE
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caulking, The belly is bulging, and the two sides of the belly are the head and half ears of the beast. The horns of the beast are in the shape of a snail. The ring feet are turned outward, and the lower part is connected with the small animal feet. There is a cover, and the cover is placed in a ring shape to catch hands. The ware and the lid are decorated with tile patterns and stealing curves, and the feet are decorated with hanging scales. Local defect of organ foot. The ornamentation is similar to the bronze Gui unearthed in Rui State Cemetery, Liangdai Village, Hancheng, Shaanxi. The inscription is on the top
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