A rare and large tomb pottery figure, China Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644 AD.
Representing an official or servant,
the figure clad in a green robe and black tunic with a high red hat and red belt. The figure holds some items, perhaps food.
A rare large and massive Chinese pottery figure of an official or attendant, Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644 AD.
The figure stand on a small square plint and clad in a dark green and orange-glazed robe and a black coloured tunic, on his head a high red hat. In his hands a teapot in green glaze.
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Representing Buddha seated in royal ease on a lotus-pod, dressed in loose-fitting robes, open at the chest, the face with benevolent expression and the hair swept up, with a circular mandala behind, with leaves overhead and waves below, all glazed in green, yellow and brown.
Rare Buddha Sculpture, dating to the late 16th. century, nearly 60 cm. high!
Representing Buddha seated in royal ease on a lotus-pod, dressed in loose-fitting robes, open at the chest, the face with benevolent expression and the hair swept up, with a circular mandala behind, flanked on either side by three acolytes, each standing on a rai ...click for details
A magnificent architectural model of a large castle or mansion, China, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). This mansion has been TL tested by the ralf Kotalla lab and detailed report will follow a sale, dating it to c. 1450 A.D. with the usual statistic uncertainty. This Chinese Ming style courtyard house, sometimes referred to as a quadrangle house, developed over thousands of years, reaching its peak during the Ming dynasty. Most people in Beijing, from the commoner to the emperor lived in a courtya ...click for details
A very rare Chinese terracotta tomb soldier, dating to the Ming dynasty, c. 14th.-16th. cent. AD.
We have handpicked a selection of exceptionally condition glaced and painted figures out of a large Chinese collection. Our figures are of a much better style and detail than most authentic figures on the market.
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