Altar vessel of typical Newar type with full bellied body and flaring lip; it is made of a brass-like alloy. It is set on a splayed foot with a pearled border. On the shoulder of the vessel is a register of cast decoration as there is also halfway up the neck. The flaring lip rises out of stylised lotus petals, also cast.
- Made in: Kathmandu Valley (probably)
- (Asia,Nepal,Kathmandu Valley)
- Height: 28 centimetres
- Diameter: 9.5 centimetres (foot)
Not on display
One small indentation in the belly.
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Object reference number: RRI33847
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