Bronze mirror with T-shaped designs
Warring States period (475--221 B.C.)
Diameter: 13.5 cm, Height of rim: 0.3 cm
The arch-shaped knob in the center is decorated on top with a bow-string pattern and is set off by a square frame. There are four T-shaped patterns on a ground of cloud decor with intermittent heart-shaped leaves. The T-shaped pattern is a common decor on bronze mirrors from the Warring States period. The number of T-shaped designs on a mirror ranges from three to six, with four being the most common.
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