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Gold Mask

Late Shang Dynasty, 1100 B.C. - The Western Zhou Dynasty, 771 B.C.

Jinsha Site Museum

Jinsha Site Museum
Chengdu, China

It has rectangular face with flat forehead, convex eyebrows, big precluding eyes, high bridge of nose, and rectangular ear carving ear hole. It seems to be a dignified appearance. So far, this is the biggest and most well-preserved gold mask at the same period of China.

Details

  • Title: Gold Mask
  • Date Created: Late Shang Dynasty, 1100 B.C. - The Western Zhou Dynasty, 771 B.C.
  • Physical Dimensions: w19.5 x h11 x d0.04 cm (Overall)
  • Type: Gold
  • Rights: Jinsha Site Museum
  • External Link: Jinsha Site Museum

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