Chinese Sui / Early Tang Dynasty Glazed Pottery Figure
This pottery figure was made during either the Sui Dynasty (AD 581 - 618) or the early part of the Tang Dynasty (AD 618 - 906). The figure stands alert, wearing a long flowing robe with hands clasped across its chest.
It is made from a relatively highly-fired creamy-white pottery. It is coated in a thin straw-coloured glaze that has degraded over time. In places there are traces of red and black pigments on top of the glaze. Notwithstanding the degradation of the glaze, it is in very good condition. Height 21 cm.
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