Gilt bronze winged horse pattern danglu, Western Han Dynasty (202 BC-8 AD). Length 21.5 cm, width 7 cm. Unearthed in 1991 from Tomb No. 2, Baoanshan, Mangdang Mountain, Yongcheng, Henan. Yongcheng Museum Collection.

This gilt is in the shape of a pointed leaf, with a hollow galloping horse pattern on the top. The front, back and top of the horse are decorated with deformed bird and cloud patterns. When Lu has two vertical buttons on the upper part and one horizontal button on the lower part.

Dang Lu is an ancient harness, mostly bronze, generally round or elongated, with buttons on the back, which can be worn on the leather and hung on the center of the horse's forehead as a decoration. When Lu was first prevalent in the Shang and Zhou dynasties, it has been used in successive dynasties.