Fine Asian Art1,237 lots
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Description: A LARGE AND RARE BRONZE MIRROR WITH MYTHICAL ANIMALS AND LONG INSCRIPTION, CHINA, Sui dynasty (581-618 AD), the very well cast silvery grey, very heavy mirror is decorated in high relief in the centre with a large knob with a hole to pass the silk cord fo D. 24,1 cmView additional info »
Description: A FINE AND RARE RITUAL BRONZE WINE VESSEL, "GU", CHINA, late Shang Dynasty (16th C. - c. 1050 BC), 12th -11th C .BC. The very well and crisply cast wine vessel with plain trumpet form neck above a pair of bowstring bands which frame together with a second H. 27,5 cmView additional info »
Description: A VERY FINE RITUAL TRIPOD BRONZE WINE VESSEL, "JUE", CHINA, late Shang Dynasty (16th C. - c. 1050 BC), 12th -11th C .BC. The carefully and crisply cast wine vessel stands on three triangular, slightly splayed blade-shaped legs. The deep, cylindrical body H. 18,7 cmView additional info »
Description: A RARE AND FINE ARCHAIC BRONZE RECTANGULAR FOOD VESSEL, "FANG DING", CHINA, early first half of Western Zhou Dynasty, (c. 1050-771 BC). The rectangular body with four columnar legs is well cast on each side with a large taotie mask in flat relief on a lei H. 27 cmView additional info »
Description: A RARE ARCHAIC BRONZE RITUAL WINE VESSEL, "ZUN", CHINA, late Shang (16th C. - c. 1050 BC) or early Western Zhou Dynasty (c. 1050-771 BC), 11th-10th C. BC. The well and crisply cast wine vessel with a raised splayed foot and widely flaring neck is decorate H. 27,3 cmView additional info »