La période des Printemps et Automne (de 8ème-3ème siècle avant JC)
NEW Bobbi Brown highlighter powder Bronze
NEW Bobbi Brown highlighter powder Bronze Authentic; Never used, never swatched, beautiful “Illuminator” highlighter by Bobbi brown in the shade Bronze Glow. Still It has a very small ding on the left, bottom corner from opening and closing it (too pretty not to look at!) Still has the plastic barrier that acts as the seal. Comes as shown. Bobbi Brown Makeup Luminizer
Never Used Beautycounter Bronze #2
Never Used Beautycounter Bronze #2 Never used product but does have a ding or two as shown. Exterior is a bit messy as it was in a giant make up case. Otherwise perfect. Makeup Bronzer
The round burner has two prominent handles and a round basin as the main body. With three cylindrical feet, the tripod resembles an ancient bronze ding tri...
19TH C CHINESE JADE & GILT BRONZE COVERED FANG DING
An archaic bronze ritual food vessel, ding, Shang dynasty, 12th-11th century BC
Antique chinese ancient shang west zhou dynasty ming bronze ding dragons & kanji
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An archaic bronze ritual food vessel, ding, Late Shang dynasty (c. 1600 BC–c. 1046 BC)
DOORBELL BROKEN, Please Knock or Yell Ding Dong. Funny Door Sign. New, Old Style, Cast Bronze Resin Plaque, House, Wall or Gate Sign by TomsNewOldThings on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/au/listing/504470968/doorbell-broken-please-knock-or-yell
Photogrammetry 3D model of a Chinese Bronze “Ding”<br>It is a model of a small copy that I found on a tourist market in Bejing<br>Ding were prehistoric and ancient Chinese cauldrons, standing upon legs with a lid and two facing handles. They are one of the most important shapes used in Chinese ritual bronzes. They were made in two shapes: round vessels with three legs and rectangular ones with four, the latter often called fanding. They were used for cooking, storage, and ritual o...
The bronze ding, a cooking utensil in remote times, was used like a cauldron for boiling fish and ,meat. At first, about 5,000 to 6,000 years ago, the ding was made of fired clay, usually with three legs, occasionally with four that is why it is loosely referred to as “tripod” in English. It stands steadily and has a nice shape. http://www.buyterracottawarriors.com/bronze-wares/25-bronze-ding.html#