|Period||Sui and Tang dynasties|
|Findspot||Tomb No. 243 Hsiao-t'un, Yin-xu Site|
|Geographic Location||Hsiao-t'un village, Anyang, Honan province, China|
|Dimension||H. 12.0 cm，W. of foot 7.0 cm|
With the development of Buddhism beliefs, lighting instruments became common grave goods as they were widely used in Buddhist rituals. These included candle holders and oil lamp stands made of stone, metal and porcelain.