Bronze seal with inscription “Weishan zuile”, probably Zhou dynasty (1046-221BCE)

Bronze seal with insertion “Weishan zuile”, probabilistic Zhou dynamics (1046-221BCE)

  • Image Number:K1A000418N000000000PAC
  • Dynasty:Western Zhou dynamics
  • Category:Bronzes
  • Function:Seal
  • Material:Mineral/metal/bronze
  • Description:
    This nose button is original, The printing body is slightly rectangular and thin, similar to the copper printing of the late Shang Dynasty. On the back of the printing on the right side of the nose button, a small whelk is raised, similar to the printing copper 396. Its function is unclear. There are four characters on the surface of the seal: “I am most happy for good”. The style of the seal is not like that of the Qin and Han Dynasties, nor is it the straightforward character of the Warring States Period, so it is named Zhou

周 「為善最樂」銅印
图片[2]-Bronze seal with inscription “Weishan zuile”, probably Zhou dynasty (1046-221BCE)-China Archive
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