The original Jinhou Bird Zun is 39 cm high, 30.5 cm long and 17.5 cm wide, the bronze hadcraft version is smaller for home decoration, it's 29 cm high. The whole bird statue takes the phoenix bird looking back as the main shape, the head is slightly raised, and the high crown stands upright. The bird is plump and the wings are rolled up. On the back of the phoenix bird, a small bird quietly clings to each other and becomes the catcher on the cover of the bird honoring device. Under the phoenix tail is an elephant head, and the trunk of the elephant is rolled up, forming a stable three-point support with the legs, and the whole body is covered with ornaments. The shape is realistic and vivid, and the conception is peculiar and ingenious. The inscription "Marquis of Jin Zuoxiang Taishi Baozun Yi" is cast on the inside of the cover and the bottom of the belly of the bird statue, which can be proved to be a ritual vessel of the ancestral temple.
Judging from the characteristics of the structure and proportion of the shape of the vessel, the symmetry of the overall shape and the characteristics of the shape of the phoenix have not been taken into account in the production of the body. Judging from the fact that it was unearthed in the M114 tomb, the age of the statue can be determined to be early in the middle of the Western Zhou Dynasty.
Product Name: Bird Zun
Category: wine vessel
Material: copper alloy
Hanging form: ornament
Ornament pattern: fish, insects, birds and beasts
Production method: pure handmade
Printing logo: yes
Dimensions: Height 290mm
Net weight: 1.5kg
Bird statue: length 22.5cm, width 10cm, height 29cm
Whether to customize: yes
Western Zhou Dynasty Bronze Vessels Jinhou Feng-Niao Zun Ritual Wine Vessel for home decoration, handmade bronze crafts.
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