See two closely related gold and silver-inlaid bronze belt hooks of similar size, decorated with the same geometric pattern, one formerly in the David David-Weill Collection, exhibited in Ancient Chinese Bronzes and Gilt Bronzes from the Wessen and Other Collections, Eskenazi, London, 1980, cat. no. 14, and the other sold in our London rooms, 24th February 1970, lot 11. Compare also a larger belt hook of this type, included in the exhibition Ancient Chinese and Ordos Bronzes, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong, 1990, cat. no. 123; and another with turquoise inlay, exhibited in The Glorious Traditions of Chinese Bronzes, Singapore, Asian Civilizations Museum, 2000, pl. 65.