Unique ancient cauldron on display in Xiangyang

Source: hubei.gov.cn

An ancient square bronze ding vessel of late Warring States Period is shown at an exhibition in Xiangyang, Central China’s Hubei province on May 23, 2016.

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

  • Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

    Unique ancient cauldron on display in C China city

1/3

An ancient square bronze ding vessel of late Warring States Period is shown at an exhibition in Xiangyang, Central China’s Hubei province on May 23, 2016.

Excavated in 1991, it is 25.2 centimeters high, 18.4 centimeters wide and 28.2 centimeters long. With a lid, and loop handles, the four-legged vessel was divided into two sections, and functioned as a cauldron for boiling food. (Photo/IC)

Related News

1/3