• Bracelet with incised glyphs
  • Bracelet with incised glyphs
  • Bracelet with incised glyphs
  • Bracelet with incised glyphs
  • Bracelet with incised glyphs
  • Bracelet with incised glyphs
  • Bracelet with incised glyphs
  • Bracelet with incised glyphs
  • Bracelet with incised glyphs

Bracelet with incised glyphs

Classification
Jewelry and Ornament
Maker(s)
Artist: Liangzhu culture 良渚 (ca. 3300-ca. 2250 BCE)
Historical period(s)
Late Neolithic period, ca. 3300-2250 BCE
Object Date
ca. 3300-2250 BCE
Medium
Jade (nephrite)
Dimension(s)
H x Diam: 3.9 × 6.4 cm (1 1/2 × 2 1/2 in) Diam (top opening): 5.9 cm (2 5/16 in) Diam (bottom opening): 5.6 cm (2 3/16 in) H x W (inscription): 1.9 × 3.1 cm (3/4 × 1 1/4 in)
Origin
China, Lake Tai region, but purportedly found in Shaanxi province
Notes
but purportedly found in Shaanxi province
Credit Line
Gift of Charles Lang Freer
Collection
Freer Gallery of Art Collection
Accession Number
F1917.385
刻符手鐲
新石器時代晚期良渚文化(公元前3300--2250年)
中國太湖地區,原傳陝西出土
軟玉
高3.9、直徑6.3釐米;孔徑5.7釐米  
查爾斯·蘭·佛利爾贈送  
器物編號:F1917.385
On View Location
Freer Gallery 19: Afterlife: Ancient Chinese Jades
Provenance
Previous owner(s)
You Xiaoxi 游篠溪 (C.L. Freer source) (late 19th-early 20th century)
Charles Lang Freer (1854-1919)
Past label text
Curatorial Remarks
Unpublished Research
Published References
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