Ding cauldron to Ji from his grandson, early Western Zhou period, 1049/45-957 BCE
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This device is a deep abdomen, Folding edge, standing ear, pillar foot tripod. The belly of the organ is slightly pendulous, which has the style of early Western Zhou Dynasty. The neck is decorated with six groups of high reliefs, a double animal face pattern. There is a leaf ridge in the middle of the animal face, with cloud and thunder patterns lining the ground. At the foot of the column, there are high relief animal face patterns and three string patterns. The wall is thick and the ornamentation is fine. There is a casting mark on the belly bottom of the instrument.
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