206 BCE–220 CE. Chinese )Bronze Mirror with renkomon design, pattern of interconnected arcs is characteristic of the renkomon style. Inscription is interesting for a mirror suggesting it was a gift: “ Though long we shall not meet, for long let us not forget.” Bits of cinnabar (a red mineral pigment) remain on the surface.
A group of seven bronze mirrors, Han dynasty
CHINESE BRONZE MIRROR, HAN DYNASTY (206 BC-220 AD)
A bronze dagger, Dong Son Culture, 500 BCE - 0.
Bronze mirror excavated from the Tomb of the Nanyue King, Western Han Dynasty, Guangzhou, China.
Bronze mirror, Han Dynasty.
Mirror | China | Qin dynasty (221–206 B.C.) | The Met
Ritual Knife Dong Son Culture 5-4 C. BC Vietnam
Two women on top of elephants. Possibly Trung sisters.
Dong Son jewelry
Bronze chia mirror with TLV pattern Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD).
A Dong Son bronze bracelet. Dong Son culture, northern Vietnam, late 1st millennium BC
A pair of Dong Son bronze spool-shaped ear ornaments. Circa 800-200 B.C. Vietnam
Dong Son culture, North Vietnam, Pediform axe 4th-2nd century BCE, bronze, Musée Barbier Mueller, Geneva
Mirror (Jing) with Eight-pointed Star, China, Eastern Han dynasty, 25-220. Los Angeles County Museum of Art