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Classifications: Bronzes

Classifications: Bronzes
Bronze hand censer
Chinese
7th century
39.27
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
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
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
Jia
Chinese
late 2nd millennium B.C.
55.13
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
Bronze Ornament
Chinese
early 8th-mid 3rd century B.C.
35.14
Bronze mirror with inscription
Chinese
206 B.C.-220 A.D.
50.96
Pole Terminal
Chinese
650-106 B.C.
52.127
Bronze animal head buckle
Chinese
mid 11th century BC
33.109
Scissors
Chinese
early 7th-early 10th Century
56.92
Tweezers
Chinese
617-906
56.93
Lock with Key
Chinese
617-906
56.94
Vessel support: Tiger
Chinese
5th century B.C.
45.31
Mirror
Chinese
206-100 B.C.
93.18
Mirror
Chinese
ca. 450-221 B.C.
39.26
Bronze mirror
Chinese
early 5th-mid 3rd century B.C.
49.59
Harness buckle
Chinese
6th–5th century B.C.
51.93
Bronze bird
Chinese
mid 9th-mid 6th century B.C.
49.60.1
Bronze bird
Chinese
mid 9th-mid 6th century B.C.
49.60.2
Cap for butt of Ge
Chinese
early 5th-late 3rd century B.C.
39.25
Zhong (suspension bell)
Chinese
5th - 3rd century B.C.
40.12
Miniature Bell
Chinese
960-1279
52.130
Guang (wine container)
Chinese
12th-11th century B.C.
55.209
Covered You
Chinese
mid 11th-10th century B.C.
51.67
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.