Hu jar with cloud pattern and gold and silver inlay, Southern Song to Ming dynasty, 12th-17th century
- Image Number: C1A000051N000000000PAB
- Dynasty: Southern Song dynasty
- Category: Bronzes
- Function: Furnisher
- Material: Mineral/Metal/Bronze
The decoration of the device is mainly simplified animal belt pattern, which is filled with a pattern. From top to bottom, the first line is triangular pattern, and the second and third lines are animal band pattern. Triangular pattern and animal band pattern are inlaid with red copper sheet. There are also silver inlaid heart-shaped patterns, spiral shaped patterns and triangular patterns along the mouth and around the feet. Both sides are decorated with head rings. This artifact is one of the “Ten Articles of the Zhou Path” awarded to the Imperial College in the 34th year of Qianlong’s reign (1769). It is called the “Zhou Lei Pattern Pot”.
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