Bronze vessel situla. Vietnam, Dong Son Culture, c. 100 BC – 100 AD .
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A large bronze situla, the thinly cast bucket-shaped body with gently sloping sides rising from a flat base and curving slightly inwards at the mouth. Two loop handles are attached to the sides of the vessel, each with an additional horizontal loop beneath it and cast with small S-shaped ornaments to either side.