Embedded you wine vessel, late Shang dynamics, c. 13th-11th century BCE
- Image Number:K1A002,366N000,000,000PAC
- dynasty:Shang dynamics
- Function:wine vessel, ritual vessel <Mat Serial:mineral/metal/bronze
beam with cover, round section, The eldest son opens his mouth, turns his feet outward, and rises near the bottom. The cover button is in the shape of a bud. Arch shaped lifting beam, decorated with columnar horned animal heads on both sides. There are five sections and four groups of leaf ribs on the lid, abdomen and ring foot, which are decorated with six layers of patterns from top to bottom, including relief bird patterns, Kui dragon patterns and animal face patterns. The outsole has a grid pattern. The shape and ornamentation belong to the late Shang Dynasty style, similar to the copper You (M49:12) unearthed in the Qianzhang Cemetery in Tengzhou, Shandong Province. For the inscription on the lid, please refer to the inscription in the Matsuoka Art Museum of Japan (Integration 04748)
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