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Classifications: Bronzes

Classifications: Bronzes
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Ritual vessel
Chinese
17th century
92.60
Dagger axe (ge)
Chinese
8th-4th century B.C.
37.29
Hercules and the Nemean Lion
Moderno (Galeazzo Mondella)
ca. 1500
77.59
Spoon
Korean
12th century
77.62
Stupa
Tibetan
19th century
72.64
Wine vessel (you)
Chinese
12th - 11th century B.C.
47.67
Latus Fish
Egyptian
47.52
Ceremonial axe
Songye culture, Democratic Republic of the Congo
57.63
3-Lion base for an incense burner
Islamic
ca. 12th century
52.61
Bronze mirror:  Sphinxes
Islamic
11th - 12th century
47.69
Mirror
Chinese
206 B.C.-220 A.D.
37.30
Ceremonial saw
Islamic
10th-12th century
57.94
Mirror
Korean
ca. 10th century
49.202
Mirror
Chinese
8th century
33.108
Bronze Mirror
Japanese
10th - 12th century
49.204
Bronze animal head buckle
Chinese
mid 11th century BC
33.109
Animal
Thai
35.257
Scissors
Chinese
early 7th-early 10th Century
56.92
Tweezers
Chinese
617-906
56.93
Lock with Key
Chinese
617-906
56.94
Harness buckle
Chinese
6th–5th century B.C.
51.93
Finial
Egyptian
46.33
Aspersorium
Islamic
16th century
66.45
Ih
Chinese
771-221 B.C.
51.43
Figure
Iberian
5th-4th century B.C.
61.53
Mirror
Chinese
25-220
61.16
Statuette of a Hittite divinity
Hittite, modern Turkey and Syria
ca. 13th century B.C.
61.27
Two Lion's Head Handles
Roman
200 B.C.
56.193.1
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
Chopstick
Korean
12th century
33.1829.1
Chopstick
Korean
12th century
33.1829.2
Dragon Boat Alarm
Chinese
19th century
2007.44
Mirror
Chinese
206-100 B.C.
93.18
Xu
Chinese
8th century B.C.
43.13
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