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China Water Ewer (He), Eastern Zhou dynasty, Warring States period (480–221 B.C.), 4th century B.C.

China Water Ewer (He), Eastern Zhou dynasty, Warring States period B.

An undated archaistic cast vessel with bulbous body, three short legs, carrying handle and spout; the legs formed as anthropomorphs; the body with concentric bands of gilt geometric designs; the handle formed as a canine with open mouth and scrolled hips; the spout formed as a birds head with a small quadruped above. 2.1 kg, 25 cm (10). Acquired on the London art market in the late 1990s.

An undated archaistic cast vessel with bulbous body, three short legs, carrying handle and spout; the legs formed as anthropomorphs; the body with concentric bands of gilt geometric designs; the handle formed as a canine with open mouth and scrolled hips; the spout formed as a birds head with a small quadruped above. 2.1 kg, 25 cm (10). Acquired on the London art market in the late 1990s.

Wine Ewer (He) in the Form of a Standing Duck, probably 5th century BC Alternate Title: ho Vessel Chinese , 5th century BC Zhou dynasty, Warring States period, 475-221 BC

Wine Ewer (He) in the Form of a Standing Duck, probably century BC Alternate Title: ho Vessel Chinese , century BC Zhou dynasty, Warring States period, BC

Ancient Chinese bronze teapot (hu) Han Dynasty. -- I would not call it a teapot as tea had not yet been invented.  A pot for steeping yes.

-- I would not call it a teapot as tea had not yet been invented. A pot for steeping yes.

Ritual wine vessel in the shape of 2 owls, xiaoyou Date: Shang Dynasty, C.1500 - 1050 BC

Ritual wine vessel in the shape of 2 owls, xiaoyou Date: Shang Dynasty, - 1050 BC

Ritual Wine Container (Hu) | Eastern Zhou dynasty, Warring States period (475–221 BCE) | 5th century BCE

During the Eastern Zhou period, vessel shapes became simpler, gradually losing their elaborate flanges, while their surfaces were ornamented with intricate patterns of interlaced dragons and inlays of colored stone or precious metals

Covered Ritual Wine Vessel (You) in the Form of Two Addorsed Owls, 14th cent. BC - 11th cent. BC Vessel Chinese , 14th-11th century BC Shang dynasty, c. 16th-11th century BC

Covered Ritual Wine Vessel (You) in the Form of Two Addorsed Owls, cent. BC Vessel Chinese , century BC Shang dynasty, c.

. Fangyou (ritual wine vessel) Artist Unknown (China, Asia), 13th-12th century BCE Bronze

In the century BCE the shape of this vessel is exceedingly rare, and the combination of the round foot, lid, and neck - it has an elegant bow handle - with a square body is unique. Other jars has simple lines or incisions.

Bronze owl wine vessel. Shang Dynasty, China, 13th-11th century BCE. Yale University Art Gallery.

Owl-Shaped Wine Vessel (Zun) century B. Period: Shang dynasty B.E) Anyang phase cent.

Scorpio 333 shared - Egypt, c. 600 BCE, bronze, cat with kitten @ https://www.pinterest.com/pin/239113061444330641/

Chatte couchée avec son chaton - mother cat with her kitten - Egypt, 664 - 332 B.

Изображения кошек   Перу, Моче, IV-VII в.

Stirrup Spout Bottle with Cat - century, Peru - Culture: Moche - Ceramic, slip - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

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