Silver Bowls with Cover

  • Culture / Period

    Unified Silla Period

  • Provenance


  • Materials

    Metal - Silver

  • Dimensions

    H. 4.5cm

  • Accession Number

    Sinsu 2318


This silver bowl, which was found beneath the cornerstone of the Nine-story Wooden Pagoda of Hwangnyongsa Temple, was used in prayers for safety by suppressing the gi (vital force) of the earth. It was unearthed along with a bronze lidded bowl, a silver lidded bowl, a mirror, scissors, and curved jades among other relics. Lotus patterns are exquisitely engraved on the top and the bottom of the lid.

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