Lot 36: National Treasure: Largest Western Zhou Bronze Gui Ever Discovered

Hong Kong Washington Company

October 29, 2016, 7:00 PM PST
Kowloon, Hong Kong
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Description: This is the largest Gui of Western Zhou Dynasty (BC 1100-771) ever discovered. The body is decorated with Taotie motifs. Two handles with hanging arms and decorated with dragon embryo are very rare in bronze Gui of Zhou Dynasty. Even the Palace Museum of Taipei and Beijing do not have such large Gui in their collection.
Dimensions: Diameter 14 in., H 16 in.
Date: BC 1100-771
Condition Report: Rust patination
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