A pair of fine antique Tibetan vases in bronze and copper, about 10 inches high (one is a little taller) by just over 4" diameter at the rims. They have intricately chased and embossed decoration at the inner rims, necks, shoulders, and bases. Each has four applied bronze tribal masks or faces around the center, all slightly different due to their hand made nature.
The shorter vase has a loose plug on the underside. I chose not to hammer it back in place for fear of damaging the vase - the rims already have some minor dings. This vase has a slight rock and appears to have had the base reattached to the body. The vases have a professionally applied light lacquer or wax protective coating. Based on my research I estimate them to be around 200 years old.