wine cup (cup (narcotics & intoxicants: drinking))

Replica of a jue, a ritual or funerary wine vessel with a waisted body, three legs, a single handle and two protrusions at the rim. Cast with semi-relief decoration of zoomorphic and geometric designs highlighted with green and brown pigment. Yin Dynasty 1200 B.C. The box and cover for the replica wine vessel are made of card.

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