Gui food container classified to X Ding, late Shang period, c. 13-11th century BCE
- Image Number: Depth 11.14 cm, diameter 20.0 cm, full diameter 14.7 cm
- Function:ritual vessels, Food utensil
- Description:. The whole decoration is divided into four layers, which are full of multiple layers; The mouth edge is decorated with triangular cicada patterns and Kui patterns. There is a small animal head embossed in the middle of the Kui pattern, and the part is equivalent to the bulging animal nose of the abdominal animal face pattern. The belly is decorated with animal face patterns, the bridge of the nose is a bulging ridge, the feet are decorated with bowed Kui patterns, the ears on both sides are decorated with animal heads, and the head is decorated with fish scale patterns up and down. The inscription is on the belly bottom. It is close to the M269 Gui of Qijiazhuang
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