This remarkable bronze presentation dish can be attributed to the Cham territories of Vietnam. It has an elaborately decorated cavetto with three equestrian riders wielding a bow, a lance, and a sword, respectively, while hunting in a forested landscape populated by elephants, buffalo, and lions. It probably served as a presentation dish in a court. No precedent for this object was known until the recent discovery of a second dish, in a hoard excavated in Lam Dong Province, southern Vietnam. Both dishes are likely the products of court workshops associated with a Cham kingdom in the late first millennium.