Chinese Ming dynasty fahua figure molded in the form of a standing warrior glazed in brilliant aubergine, amber, and turquoise enamels, the face, hands, and back left unglazed. A hole in the fist of the raised arm suggests the figure once held a staff or weapon. The interior is hollow and unglazed. 16th century. Stands 9” high. Very good overall condition with only minor glaze flaking evident. There is a chip in the inside edge of the base and there are some collector or dealer notations in black ink on the inside of the base. From an old Phoenix, Arizona collection.