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Bronze Tripod (Ding)

Number of Publication:
BD0170/11.2017
Type of Damage:
Stolen Cultural Relics
Age:
Western Han Dynasty (206 B.C.-25A.D.)
Size (Height * mouth diameter* bottom diameter):
12.1cm *22.3cm *N/A
Quality:
N/A
Craft and Technique:
other
Save state:
Beyond Description
Detail Stolen Location:
Yunmeng County Museum, Hubei Province
Time of Cultural Relics Stealing:
2011-01
Time of Publication:
2017-11-24
Registering Units:
Local Public Security Authority
DESCRIPTION OF FEATURES
Description of Features:
The Ding is short and wide with square ear handles. The mouth is in the "Zi Mu" shaped. The walls of the vessel are in the chord shaped. The bottom is rounded. The belley of vessel is decorated with raised chord patterns. The ear handles are suqare. There is a perorated ornament on the lid as well as two raised chord patterns. There are three tiger shaped ornaments on the second pattern.
Local feature description:
N/A
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