|Findspot||Royal Tomb No. 1001 Hsi-pei-kang, Yin-xu Site|
|Geographic Location||Hou-Chia-Chuang village, Anyang, Honan province, China|
|Dimension||H. 29 cm; W. 23.9 cm; D. 19.5 cm|
The tiger head marble sculpture is found from Royal Tomb No. 1001. Judging from the facial features, this animal may be representations of tiger. There is a T-shape groove runs along its back, possibly for attaching it as an architectural ornament.