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Jue wine container Late Xia 18th 16th century BC Shanghai

Jue wine container Late Xia 18th 16th century BC Shanghai

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Jue (wine container). Late Xia or Early Shang, 18th - 16th century BC Shanghai Museum.

18th century BC jue, a chinese bronze tripod goblet used to serve wine, usually for ritual purposes. 18th century BC would date it to the mythic Xia Dynasty ...

A rare bronze ritual wine vessel, zun, Late Shang dynasty (c. 1600 BC–c. 1046 BC)

Ceremonial wine vessel (zun). Chinese, Shang dynasty, Anyang period, 13th

Bronze Jue (a wine vessel) (22.5 cm high). As the first slave dynasty in Chinese history, the Xia Dynasty (21st-16th century BC) began with the reign of Qi, ...

AN ARCHAIC BRONZE RITUAL WINE VESSEL (JUE) LATE SHANG DYNASTY, 13TH - 11TH

A BRONZE WINE CUP (JUE) LATE SHANG DYNASTY, 12TH-11TH CENTURY BC the deep U-shaped body raised on three sharp blade-shaped legs, crisply cast on each side ...

Western Iran, bronze statue, pre-Achaemenid art, 500-1000 BCE.

A Magnificent And Important Bronze Ritual Wine Vessel, Late Shang Dynasty, 13th-11th Century BC. 3ec48d25b7898a4a57314648fc72c631

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Jia (wine vessel), with a row of bead pattern, Late Xia (18th–16th century B.C.). Shanghai Museum

The Rong Fu Jue. A bronze ritual wine vessel. Late Shang Dynasty, 13th-11th century BC.

Late Xia Dynasty (18th - 16th century BCE). Jue with animal mask design:

The Rong Fu Jue. A bronze ritual wine vessel. Late Shang Dynasty, 13th-11th century BC.

Bronze Vessel JIAO, Erlitou, c. 18th-16th C. BC. Loading zoom

Wine Bucket (Xiao Chen Xi you), late Shang dynasty (13th–11th

Late Xia Dynasty (18th - 16th century BCE). Jue with animal mask design:

Late Spring & Autumn Period (early 6th century - 476 BCE). He/water container for mixing with wine, with dragon spout and animal mask design:

Jue (wine container), Late Xia, 18th - 16th century BC. Shanghai Museum | Chinese Early Bronzes 中國青銅 | Pinterest | 16th century, Shanghai and Museums

Ritual wine vessel, you Date: Late Shang or Early Western Zhou Dynasty, C.1100 - 1000 BC

Jue (wine container), Late Xia, 18th - 16th century BC. Shanghai Museum | Chinese Early Bronzes 中國青銅 | Pinterest | 16th century, Shanghai and Museums

The Rong Fu Jue. A bronze ritual wine vessel. Late Shang Dynasty, 13th-11th century BC. 3ec48d25b7898a4a57314648fc72c631. 5bff92624968a61c0692537e57864e14

The Zhou Dynasty (1046-256 BCE) was the longest-lasting of ancient

Late Spring & Autumn Period (early 6th century - 476 BCE). He/water container for mixing with wine, with dragon spout and animal mask design:

Jue (wine container), Late Xia, 18th - 16th century BC. Shanghai Museum | Chinese Early Bronzes 中國青銅 | Pinterest | 16th century, Shanghai and Museums

The Fu Ding Jue. A bronze ritual wine vessel, late Shang Dynasty, 13th-11th century BC · 3ec48d25b7898a4a57314648fc72c631. 5bff92624968a61c0692537e57864e14

Late Shang Dynasty (13th - 11th century BCE). Flat-legged Ding/pot to cook meat, with dragon design:

Late Shang Dynasty (13th - 11th century BCE). Fu Wu Fang Yi/square wine containing vessel:

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Yue Fu You ( Wine Vessel ) Late Shang ( 13 -11th century B.C. )

Early Western Zhou Dynasty (11th century BCE). Jia Gui with spikes:

Yue Fu You ( Wine Vessel ) Late Shang ( 13 -11th century B.C. )

Early Spring & Autumn Period (770 - 7th century BCE). Dui/container for cooked grain, with inlaid geometric pattern:

Ox shaped bronze Zun wine vessel (early 6th C. 476 BC) Shanghai Museum

The ancient bronze technology is one of the most important achievements of Chinese civilization. The Chinese Bronze Age began in the 21st century BCE and ...

Late Shang Dynasty (13th - 11th century BCE).

18th-16th C. Image 5 : Bronze Vessel JIAO, Erlitou, c.

18th-16th C. Image 4 : Bronze Vessel JIAO, Erlitou, c.

Bronze Wine Vessel, Late Western Choy Dynasty - Stock Image

Late Spring & Autumn Period (early 6th century - 476 BCE). He/water container for mixing with wine, with dragon spout and animal mask design:

Early Spring & Autumn Period (770 - 7th century BCE). Dui/container for cooked grain, with inlaid geometric pattern:

Late Western Zhou Dynasty (9th century - 711 BCE). Pan/washing basin, of Zi Zhong Jiang:

The Rong Fu Jue. A bronze ritual wine vessel. Late Shang Dynasty, 13th-11th century BC.

18th-16th C. Image 3 : Bronze Vessel JIAO, Erlitou, c.

18th-16th C. Image 6 : Bronze Vessel JIAO, Erlitou, c.

An Extremely Rare and Important Archaic Bronze Ritual Wine Vessel And Cover (You) Shang Dynasty, Yinxu Period (1300-1046 BCE). Height 11 1/4 in., ...

Chinese Bronze Ritual Wine Vessel, late Shang Dynasty 12th-11th century BC. Artist

An Extremely Rare and Important Archaic Bronze Ritual Wine Vessel And Cover (You) Shang Dynasty, Yinxu Period (1300-1046 BCE). Height 11 1/4 in., ...

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Late Shang Dynasty (13th - 11th century BCE). Fu Wu Fang Yi/square wine containing vessel:

Yǒu with zigzag thunder pattern, Early Zhou, Shanghai Museum

Hu (vessel) - Eastern Zhou Dynasty hu vessel, 3rd century BC. Musée

Ritual Wine Vessel (guang), 13th-11th century B.C.E. Bronze. Brooklyn Museum

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Late Xia Dynasty (18th - 16th century BCE). Jue/wine vessel for pouring into a cup, with tubular spout:

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青銅卣, Ritual Wine Container (Yu) with Lid, late 11th century B.C

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Square Yue (axe - weapon ) with inlaid Cross Design Late Xia (18th 16th

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Jue (vessel) - Image: Tomb of Prince Chuang of Liang (梁莊

A large water vessel of the late Yangshao culture, 4th millennium BC.

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A late 10th century grey sandstone and celadon-glazed pitcher from the Song Dynasty (

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An Impressive Archaic Bronze Ritual Wine Vessel, Gu, Late Shang Dynasty, 13th-11th Century BC. stimate £100,000-200,000. Photo: Sotheby's.

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A comparable Late Shang Dynasty guang, Shanghai Museum

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