Golden Jug4–3 cc. BC. The brightest find in the complex is a small pitcher 5.3 cm high, weighing 17.9 grams, made of a thin gold plate. Judging by the data of Chinese and Mongolian sources, it is known that similar jars of gold and silver were widely used among the Turks.
The peculiarity of the jug from Shyngystau is that its height is greater than the width, the walls are convex in the middle, and not in the lower part, that is, the contours make it look like a vase. The handle is not made of twisted wire, but of a plate.
- 4–3 cc. BC.
- Place of discovery/Manufacture
- Sarykol. East Kazakhstan
- Materials, technic
- 17,9 g
- National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan
- Inventory number
- ҚРҰМтк1 2146