Gong drinking vessel classified to Father Xin, mid Western Zhou period, 956-858 BCE
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Wide flow, Deep belly and round bottom, ox horn head, round foot, shallow platform near the bottom. The neck is decorated with Kui patterns, and the feet are decorated with phoenix patterns. The inscription is on the inner bottom. According to the gold inscriptions, the word “Zuo” should precede “Baozun Yi”, which is a rare inscription. There are a large number of bronze vessels with inscriptions of this family name, unearthed in a wide range of places, and the age spans from the second phase of the Yin Ruins to the middle of the Western Zhou Dynasty
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