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A bronze wine vessel (gong), Late Shang dynasty, 12th-11th century BC - Alain.R.Truong

A bronze wine vessel (gong), Late Shang dynasty, 12th-11th century BC - Alain.R.Truong

Spouted ritual wine vessel (guang), Shang dynasty, early Anyang period (ca. 1300–1050 B.C.), 13th century B.C. @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Spouted ritual wine vessel (guang), Shang dynasty, early Anyang period (ca. @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

虎卣 中国・西周時代 紀元前11世紀 京都・泉屋博古館蔵

Shang Dynasty - Ceremonial wine vessel in the form of a bear swallowing man.

Wine Vessel Lei (亞父方罍) Late Shang Dynasty (c. 1600-1046 BC) Shanghai Museum

Vino en buques Lei (亚 父 方 罍) finales de la dinastía Shang (c. aC) Museo de Shanghai---Wine Vessel Lei (亞父方罍) Late Shang Dynasty (c.

Bronze ox-shaped Zun wine vessel, Shang Dynasty (between 1600 BC and 1046 BC) China.

I'm certainly not asking for anything this intricate. I just thought it looked cool so I pinned it.

Verseuse tripode en bronze, jue. Chine, fin de la dynastie Shang, XIe siècle av. J.-C.

Verseuse tripode en bronze, jue. Chine, fin de la dynastie Shang, XIe siècle av. J.-C.

Bronze Wine Vessel from Western Zhou Period at Poly Art Museum

A bronze wine vessel unearthed from a tomb dating back to the Western Zhou Period BC)

青铜卣[西周]。Chinese Bronze "You" vessels.[Western Zhou] Private Collection by Zack Atelier

青铜卣[西周]。Chinese Bronze "You" vessels.[Western Zhou] Private Collection by Zack Atelier

Shang bronze ritual wine vessel    This bronze vessel is cast in the shape of two birds, placed back to back, the two point on the lid representing their beaks. The wings are shown on the main part of the vessel's body and each bird has two legs.  Shang dynasty, 13th-11th century BC, probably from the Henan province, China.

Shang bronze ritual wine vessel This bronze vessel is cast in the shape of…

Shang ritual bronze vessel with taotie motif    Water vessel made of carved grey-green patinated bronze and decorated with 'taotie' motif. Taotie motifs are commonly found on Shang ritual bronze vessels and are a zoomorphic mask representations, bilaterally symmetrical, of some animal, here a ram, whose head was carved into the handle of the vessel.  Shang dynasty, 13th-12th century BC. Probably found in the Henan province, China.

Shang ritual bronze vessel with taotie motif Water vessel made of carved…

The earliest bronze vessels were influenced by Neolithic ceramics, such as this Black Pottery Tripod jar (right) from around 1000 BCE (Before the Common Era, or Before the Christian Era).

Tripod Ritual Vessel, Artist Unknown (China) Shang dynasty, century BCE Size: 6 x 5 x 5 in.

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