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Classifications: Bronzes

Classifications: Bronzes
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Spoon
Javanese
7th - 8th century
54.54
Betel nut cracker
Javanese
10th century
62.121
Mirror with stylized letters
Javanese
8th-10th century
62.122
Ceremonial saw
Islamic
10th-12th century
57.94
Ban with dragon mount
Japanese
14th century
68.108.1
Ban with dragon mount
Japanese
14th century
68.108.2
Bronze hand censer
Chinese
7th century
39.27
Three-pronged vajra
Japanese
12 - 13th century
62.100
Bell with a vajra handle
Japanese
12 - 13th century
49.237
Miniature mirror
Chinese
early 8th century
38.12
He (wine vessel)
Chinese
6th-5th century BCE
93.65
Jue (wine vessel)
Chinese
mid - late 2nd millennium BCE
34.63
Gu (wine vessel)
Chinese
12th century BCE
42.4
Bell
Japanese
1st - 3rd century
51.104
Fang Ding (square food vessel)
Chinese
early to mid-11th century BCE
54.177
You (wine vessel)
Chinese
11th century BCE
56.33
Gui (food vessel)
Chinese
early to mid-11th century BCE
56.34
Bo zhong (suspended bell)
Chinese
771-221 B.C.
87.43
Qi (Ceremonial Axe)
Chinese
late 16th-late 11th century BCE
48.78
3-Lion base for an incense burner
Islamic
ca. 12th century
52.61
Ding
Chinese
12th century B.C.
49.152
Jue
Chinese
12th - 11th century B.C.
49.200
Bowl
Chinese
206 B.C.-24 A.D.
88.25
Water sprinkler (chong-byong or kundika)
Korean
late 11th-early 12th century
35.88
Ewer
Korean
13th century
94.152
Jia
Chinese
late 2nd millennium B.C.
55.13
Vase
Korean
13th-14th century
35.270
Temple Bell
Thai
13th-18th century
68.9
Dance of Siva
Indian
16th-18th century
44.53
Bowl
Korean
ca. 12th century
88.121
Gui (food vessel)
Chinese
2nd millennium BC
45.48
Wine vessel (you)
Chinese
12th - 11th century B.C.
47.67
Xu
Chinese
8th century B.C.
43.13
Mirror
Korean
12th-13th century
33.1869
Plaque:  Fighting Horses
Mongolian
2nd century B.C.
44.2
Bronze Ornament
Chinese
early 8th-mid 3rd century B.C.
35.14
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