A WEI DYNASTY POLYCHROME POTTERY PLAQUE OR CERAMIC TILE, c. 220-265 AD.
A mega large and extremely thick tomb pottery architectorial tile in grey pottery. The tile depicts a camel and it's rider, possibly an Arab trader, with much remaining polychrome on figures. ...click for details
A rare and exquisite pottery cavalry soldier, dating to China, Ming Dynasty 14th.-15th. cent AD.
The warrior is in full armor, very ornate!, equiped with a pair of hand-grenades!. He wears a high helmet and rides a white horse. Perhaps an officer. Interestingly, this figure is green glazed and not blue-glazed as is the normal glazing fo ...click for details
Pair of rare large and massive Chinese pottery figure of attendants, Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644 AD.
The figures stands on a small square plints and clad in a dark green and orange-glazed robe and a black coloured tunics, on their heads a high red hat. One holds a flute in orange glaze, the other three loafs of bread in orange-brown.
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A rare set of three large size and superbly executed attendant, China, Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644 AD.
The set is especially nice - very tall figures nearly fully glazed with exceptional glossy blue glaze and torguise details. Detailed facial features in pigment. The figure in the middle is holding an incense-burner, the other figures are hol ...click for details