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Catalog Number: CA0420-008
A MINIATURE BRONZE VESSEL, FANGHU, HAN DYNASTY
China, 206 BC-AD 220. The pear-shaped faceted body is raised on a flared square foot, applied to either side with a taotie mask in high relief with and a loop. Good naturally grown patina.

Provenance: From an old Austrian private collection.
Condition: Extensive wear, patina and malachite encrustations with some areas of the bronze still visible, minor dents and fissures, overall condition exactly as expected from a bronze of this age. The rings to the loops, if there ever were any, are now lost.

Weight: 90 g
Dimensions: Diameter Height 6 cm

Literature comparison: Dr. Paul Singer. Early Chinese Miniatures. New York, March 16 - May 29, 1977. cat. no. 47. The National Museum of Asian Art, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, accession number rLS1997.48.44.

青銅小方壺,漢代
中國,公元前206 至公元 220。梨形方壺,方形足,高浮雕饕餮紋,肩部雙孔。良好的天然包漿。

來源:奧地利私人收藏
品相:廣泛磨損,局部可見銅綠和孔雀石綠結殼,輕微的凹痕和裂縫,總體狀況完全符合青銅壺的年代。肩部雙孔中的環(如果有的話)現在丟失了。

重量:90 克
尺寸:高6厘米

Post Auction:  Sold/Verkauft

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