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Lion-headed Stand

1150–1220
Overall: 14 cm (5 1/2 in.)
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The four sections of this stand each terminate in a lion's head and the supporting legs end with a paw. The angular modeling of the lion's head contrasts with the delicate silver inlaid decoration.
Lion-headed Stand

Lion-headed Stand

1150–1220

Northern Iraq or Syria, Zengid or Ayyubid period

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