Hu jar with cord and cowrie shell design, Warring States period (475-221 BCE)

Hu jar with core and cowrie shell design, Warring States period (475-221 BCE)

  • Image Number:K1A001829N000000000PAE
  • Dynamy:Warring States period
  • Category:Bronzes
  • Architectural dimension:17.6cm wide, 29.4cm high
  • Function:Ritual vessels, water vessels, Wine vessel
  • Material:mineral/metal/bronze
  • Description:. There are a total of three circumferential ribbons on the neck and abdominal wall, and each group has the same style. The middle part is continuous shell pattern, and the upper and lower parts are sandwiched with rope patterns. The deformed side dragon pattern of the top decoration. The cover was slightly damaged, with two holes, and the body was partially repaired. Shell patterns and noose patterns are mostly found in Shanxi, such as the bronze wares from Taiyuan Zhaoqing Tomb, the bronze wares from Changzi County, and the pottery channels unearthed from Houma Copper Casting Site

戰國 綯貝紋壺

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