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Two Chinese archaic bronze bells, zhong, Eastern Zhou dynasty (770-256 B.C.).  The larger 12½in. (31.8cm.) high over handle (2)

Two Chinese archaic bronze bells, zhong, Eastern Zhou dynasty (770-256 B.C.). The larger 12½in. (31.8cm.) high over handle (2)

Public Ji Ge  (mid-Western Zhou)    San Francisco Asian Art Museum Collection

Public Ji Ge (mid-Western Zhou) San Francisco Asian Art Museum Collection

MONEY TREE,  China, Sichuan, eastern Han dynasty.  Bronze and ceramics.   H 135 cm.     CHF 80 000 / 120 000

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Bell, Eastern Zhou dynasty, late Spring and Autumn period (770–ca. 475 b.c.), early 5th century b.c. China. Bronze.  Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bell, Eastern Zhou dynasty, late Spring and Autumn period (770–ca. 475 b.c.), early 5th century b.c. China. Bronze. Metropolitan Museum of Art

BRONZE BELL. Japanese, possibly 19th century. Cast panels with inscribed text. Some verdigris patina. 10"h.

BRONZE BELL. Japanese, possibly 19th century. Cast panels with inscribed text. Some verdigris patina. 10"h.

Ritual bronze food vessel ding, Eastern Zhou dynasty, late Spring and Autumn period, circa 6th–5th centuries B.C.

Ritual bronze food vessel ding, Eastern Zhou dynasty, late Spring and Autumn period, circa 6th–5th centuries B.C.

Chinese bronze bell    Eastern Zhou period, China, about 6th – 5th century B.C.  This is one bell originally from a set of bells, of which a number still survive, made at the Jin State foundry at Houma, in modern day Shanxi Province, China.  Music was an essential part of court life in ancient China and there is a long tradition of music making for court ceremonies and ritual. Both drums and bells were used. With the advent of bronze casting, the first small bells appeared in the 17th…

Chinese bronze bell Eastern Zhou period, China, about 6th – 5th century B.C. This is one bell originally from a set of bells, of which a number still survive, made at the Jin State foundry at Houma, in modern day Shanxi Province, China. Music was an essential part of court life in ancient China and there is a long tradition of music making for court ceremonies and ritual. Both drums and bells were used. With the advent of bronze casting, the first small bells appeared in the 17th…

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