Rare Chinese painted pottery fat lady with nice facial expression, wearing long robe, with red, black, and white pigments remaining. The pleats of her robe are gracefully represented. Thermoluminescence test from Oxford is included.
Her serene and relaxing expression illustrates the disposition of Tang aristocratic ladies. She is also the symbol of good health and wealth during the Tang Empire.
Horse $2,350 ; Rider $3,200
(Oxford TL-Test included for rider)
Chinese pottery rider with slender proportion, hair knot at the back, spreaded legs used for sitting on a horse, and original pigments remaining.
The equestrian has no arm because in the past the arms were made from wood but long time underground, so the wood could not survive and Chinese
pottery horse with detachable head, the legs were made of wood in the ancient time and no longer survive under the long burial period underground.
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