This silver cup was discovered in the northern Hwangnam tomb, and it has been placed around the fifth or sixth century of the Shilla dynasty.
A Chinese phoenix and human figures are depicted on the side of the cup. The lines of the design are slightly embossed. The bird and the figures were first sketched on the inside of the bowl, and hammered out from within.
The replica is a direct copy of this silver cup.
The photo is of the replica. The original is in the Gyeongju National Museum.
Materials used 99% pure silver
Weight 100 -120g