Chinese Western Han Dynasty Painted Pottery Female Figure (206 BC - AD 8)
This pottery model of a female attendant or servant was made during the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC - AD 8). She stands upright with hands together under her long robe - note also the hairstyle. The figure is quite "heavily-potted" and made from a grey pottery that has been "cold painted" in a creamy-white pigment on top of which have been applied black, pink and red pigments for the detail of the facial features, hair and clothing.
Height 28.5 cm (11.25 inches). Overall condition is very good although there are signs of a repaired chip to the base edge other repairs are possible although not obvious.
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