A small ritual bronze bell, nao, China, Late Shang Dynasty, 12th-11th Century BC.
VASE WITH TAOTIE | Galerie Golconda
A large bronze tripod wine vessel, jia, China, Shang dynasty, 13th-11th Century BC.
Taotie mask on Shang bronze
Les bronzes de la Dynastie Shang
(Incorrect but similar picture...actual has handles that look like mushrooms and a thing in the middle that looks like a happy pig.) *Jia ritual Vessel *Bronze *Late Shang Period *(Shang: 1750-1045)
Bronze ritual vessel of the type fang yi | China | Shang Dynasty
Ritual food vessel, or li ding, with taotie masks. Bronze ritual vessels were probably first manufactured in China during the early part of the Shang Dynasty (1600 BC–1050 BC), and this continued, with various changes in shapes and decoration until the end of the Eastern Zhou period in the third century BC. The earliest bronzes were decorated with narrow horizontal bands, with swirling ornamental lines centred on a pair of prominent eyes.
A rare small bronze phoenix-form ewer, China, Late Western-Early Eastern Zhou Dynasty, 8th-7th century BC