Gold Mask, late Shang-Early Zhou Dynasty. The face and cheeks of the mask are round, with extending ears. The curves of the ears are hammered out. Each of the lobules has a concave part shaped like a hole, but not through. The crescent-like brows are a bit protruding. The bridge of the nose is high. And the eyes and the big mouth are hollowed-out, with the mouth slightly opening, as if smiling. The mysterious-looking mask was unearthed from the Jinsha ruins in Chengdu.
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