Collection Of 10 Chinese Qing Dynasty Bronze Ceremonial Polearms


China, c. 1850

A fine set of ten polished bronze ceremonial polearms each one unique with elaborate symbolic spear heads representing good fortune, power and strength, long life, accomplishment. Rare Chinese example with the double crescent moons on either side of an elongated head, another a Halberd, a Guan Dao sword/pole is also in the collection. Others include a scribe’s hand, a melon, fish in various forms, an elaborate scalloped fan, and a Chinese bowl.

Height 209.00cm (82.28 inches)
Width 140.00cm (55.12 inches)
Depth 30.00cm (11.81 inches)

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