Good condition, see description
Each libation cup, jue, raised on three splayed feet, flanked with a beast mask handle on one side. The mouth rim with two knopped columns.
A jue is a shape of Chinese ritual bronze, a tripod vessel or goblet used to serve warm wine.
In general good conditions, with some signs of years, little crack and bent column.
Measured: 12,5x11x 5 cm.
Compare another jue from the Ming period, illustrated in: Michel Maucuer, Bronzes de la Chine impériale des Song aux Qing, Paris 2013, p. 35. no. 3
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