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    • Bronze, Gold, Silver and Turquoise Garment-hook
    • Bronze, Gold, Silver and Turquoise Garment-hook
    • Bronze, Gold, Silver and Turquoise Garment-hook
    Bronze, Gold, Silver and Turquoise Garment-hook

    Early Chinese art from private collections

    19 October - 19 October, 2016

    This exhibition features a range of early jades, bone carvings, archaic bronzes and inlaid metalwork. The objects range in date from the Neolithic period to the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220 AD) and many have passed through the hands of renowned collectors such as Luo Zhenyu, Pan Zuyin, Alexandre J. Argyropoulos, Edward T. Chow and Adolphe Stoclet

    Bronze, Gold, Silver and Turquoise Garment-hook

    Late Eastern Zhou to early Western Han period, 3rd - 2nd century BC

    This bronze garment-hook, richly embellished with gold, silver and turquoise inlay, would have been a luxury item and a signifier of status when worn.

    Length: 15.1cm