Jade cong tube, Longshan Qijia culture (ca. 2500-1770 BCE)
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- Description:, The upper and lower round orifices are slightly longer, with a round hole in the middle to penetrate the body, and the workmanship is flat, which is a “cong” shape on the inner circle and the outer side. This jade sacrificial vessel, which was used for sacrifice in the Neolithic Age, was not recognized in the Qianlong Period, but was called the jade bar head. The original appearance of Guangsu was dyed brown in the Ming Dynasty, and added with dense and light animal face cloud patterns
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