Bronze, inlaid with gold and turquoise
Warring States Period
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Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Manheim
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Garment Hook, 475-221 B.C.E. Bronze, inlaid with gold and turquoise, 7 1/4 in. (18.4 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Manheim, 68.185.11. Creative Commons-BY
top, 68.185.11_top_PS4.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, 2015
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Gold inlay in circles and diagonals. The hook of the buckle is in the shape of a snake or a bird's head.
Condition: The bronze itself has a brownish patination but is covered in some spots by a heavy green patination. Traces of bronze disease. Chip on the edge near the bottom and a small chip on the neck of the animal about one inch from the head.
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