Copper and silver buddhist holy water jug, called a tshe.bum 'life-vase', Tibetan, 1701-1900. Usually covered with a five-coloured flounced 'garment'. Peacock feathers were used for sprinkling the water.
- Asian Medicine
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- ritual vessel
- furnishing and equipment
- container - receptacle
- ceremonial container
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