Double Dragon Ear Bronze Vessel is a kind of utensil with obvious characteristics of the times, which was mainly popular in the Tang Dynasty. Rolled edge, plate mouth, slender neck, puffy shoulders and bulging belly, flat bottom. The two dragon ears are connected to the mouth of the plate and the shoulder of the bottle, and the mouth of the dragon tightly grips the mouth of the plate, forming a prominent part of the bottle, giving people a sense of symmetry and stability, and at the same time being easy to carry, combining decorative and practical features. Sex in one. The neck and shoulders are drawn with double-string patterns, which are extremely fine. The original cultural relics were collected by Poly Museum in Hanhai Spring Auction on July 2, 2001.
Hanging form: ornament
Ornament pattern: fish, insects, birds and beasts
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