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Classifications: Bronzes

Classifications: Bronzes
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Axe head/whetstone
Luristani
9th-7th century B.C.
40.102
Mirror
Korean
12th-13th century
33.1869
Harness ring
Pre-Islamic
ca. 1000 B.C.
40.99
Talisman
Luristani
ca. 1000 B.C.
40.100
Luristan harness ring
Luristani
48.180
Zebu
Pre-Islamic
2nd or 1st millennium B.C.
41.55
Finial
Pre-Islamic
49.116
Finial
Luristani
52.135
Handle
Parthian
1st century B.C.
68.88
Bell
European
2001.157.11
Bell
European
2001.157.12
Bell
European
2001.157.1
Bell
European
2001.157.2
Bell
European
2001.157.3
Bell
European
2001.157.4
Bell
European
2001.157.5
Bell
European
2001.157.7
Bell
European
2001.157.8
Bell
European
2001.157.9
Presentation mirror
Japanese
15th-19th century
94.137
Presentation mirror
Japanese
15th-19th century
94.138
Presentation mirror
Japanese
15th-19th century
94.139
Presentation mirror
Japanese
15th-19th century
94.140
Presentation mirror
Japanese
15th-19th century
94.141
Presentation mirror
Japanese
15th-19th century
94.142
Presentation mirror
Japanese
15th-19th century
94.143
Presentation mirror
Japanese
15th-19th century
94.144
Presentation mirror
Japanese
15th-19th century
94.145
Horsebit in the form of an ibex
Luristani (modern western Iran)
ca. 1250 - 650 B.C.
40.93
Animal
Thai
35.257
Qi (Ceremonial Axe)
Chinese
late 16th-late 11th century B.C.
48.78
Ritual gong (kei)
Japanese
1185- 1333
72.2
Waterdropper
Japanese
19th century
92.47.67
Waterdropper modelled as a lobster
Japanese
19th century
92.47.68
Waterdropper modelled as a kirin
Japanese
19th century
92.47.69
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