This is a silver bowl excavated from the North Mound of the Hwangnamdaechong Tomb in Gyeongju. Its surface is decorated with a lotus design, and its top part is inscribed with triangular, pentagonal, and hexagonal designs. Diverse designs are inscribed on the tortoise back-shaped space in the middle of the surface, including a roe deer, bird, tiger, horse, snake, kalavinka (mythical Buddhist bird), deer, and a human figure. The bottom part is inscribed with Buddhist floral leaves and contains a protruded design of a three-legged crow, which is commonly found in the mural tombs of Goguryeo. The designs on the exterior surface were made by a striking method and then finished exquisitely with a sharp-edged tool like a knife.