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[Relief plaque with stylized tigers and phoenixes]

Artist: Unknown Chinese Artist Primary
Date: ca. 453-221 BCE
5th century - 3rd century BCE
Object Type: Furnishings & Equipment
Creation Place: Asia, China
Medium and Support: Gold
Credit Line: Gift of an Anonymous Donor, 2022.
Accession Number: 2022.20.02
On View: Bellarmine Hall Galleries, Print Case



Provenance

TK Oriental Antiques; sold to anonymous donor in 2003; gift 2022 to the Fairfield University Art Museum.



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animals
Any living organisms, including human beings; may be real or fictional, including mythical or legendary creatures.
Furnishings and Equipment
The Furnishings and Equipment hierarchy contains terms for objects that are primarily movable that provide comfort, convenience, or protection in dwellings, places or business, or other public or private spaces. They may be useful or ornamental and may be used in indoor or outdoor spaces. Regarding other Hierarchies: Terms for objects with the primary purpose of storage receptacles or other forms of container (e.g., "candle boxes," "footlockers") are in the Containers hierarchy.
public domain
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