One of a group of the finest Chinese Ming dynasty pottery figures on the world market today!
This figure is dating to the Ming dynasty around 1500 AD. and is large!. It depicts a exceptionally scultured and detailed cavalry soldier.
He is seated on his horse and he carry a small knife in his belt. The figure is glazed and painted with variety of lively green, red, black and white. Note that the painting is very detailed and includes wonderful green glaze and perfectly rendered facial features.
Size: This figure is among the largest known Ming horses known and it measure 40-41 cm. in height and 30-31 cm. in length. The construction is massive and the quality worthy of a museum or a very good private collection.
Condition: Superb! Superb glossy glace and no repairs. A closed tomb-find
The group has been testet by Kotallas lab and they all came out as middle period Ming (1450-1550AD).