The Da He Ding Cauldron, was an Ancient Chinese Cauldron that was unearthed in Hunan China in 1959. This is a reproduction of that same Cauldron. The original was said to have been made during the late Shang Dynasty (over 3000 years ago!). It is the only Ancient Chinese Cauldron that has been discovered which uses human faces. The inscription reads 'Da He' or 'Great Grain', leading many to believe that the original was used for sacrifices for the harvest.
This beautiful Cauldron would make an excellent addition to any home, or for collectors of these types of artifacts. It is a great conversation piece! It measures at 6.5 inches tall, 8 inches wide and 4 inches across.