A Bronze Screen Support featuring a Gold and Silver Tiger Eating a Deer
A bronze screen support featuring a gold and silver tiger eating a deer is furniture unearthed in 1977, which dates back to the Warring States Period. Discovered Hebei Province’s tomb of "Cuo", King of Zhongshanin during the Warring States Period. With a length of 51cm, it is designed to support a folding screen. Its entire form is dedicated to detailing the shape of a beautiful tiger with mouth open in preparation to eat a deer. With gold and silver threads on its body, the tiger is composed of gorgeous colors in the typical style of the Warring States Period. Today, this cultural relic is safeguarded at the Hebei Provincial Museum.