Ancient 1000 B.C. Western Asiatic Bronze Zebu Bull
Ancient circa 1000 B.C. Western Asiatic, South Caspian Sea region, bronze pendant in the form of a Zebu Bull standing majestically on four legs with horns, body pierced with a hole for suspension. Cast with fine details using a lost wax method.
Overall length: 4.8 cm (1.89 inches)
Height: 4.5 (1.77 inches)
Weight: 48 grams
CONDITION: In good condition considering its age to be over 2700 years, showing its age and usage with a green patina and earthen mineral deposits, one horn broken. Otherwise intact as shown.
To see a related Zebu Bull in The Harvard Art Museums collection please view the link below.