A rare and splendid MING DYNASTY Polychrome Tomb Pottery Horse bending it's head down with a seated Musician playing the Cymbals. This is one of the earliest Ming pieces, ca. 1400 A.D., depicting a beautiful and elegant horse superbly modeled. The horse's neck is arched and it's mane and tail are glazed in a striking turquoise color. The musician's head is removable and his robe is pained in rich cobalt blue, red and turquoise pigments. The artist paid special attention to details in this glazed sculpture. Good overall condition, no restorations. Size: H. 27 cm. x L. 22 cm, (10.5" x 8 3/4").