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\r\n\t A pair of exquisitely rendered guardian spirits

Earthenware with sancai glazes. Likely commissioned for the tomb of a high-ranking individual Oxford TL tested. Henon Province, Tang Dynasty, ca. AD 618-907<\/p>

37\" H x 14\" W x 10\" D<\/p>

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\r\n\t A fine pair of Sancai glaze camels

Oxford T.L. tested. Tang Dynasty (618-907)<\/p>

23.5\" H x 6\" W x 14\" D<\/p>

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\r\n\t A standing figure of a Bactrian camel and rider

Earthenware and pigment Vigorously carved camel mane and ruff with flexed neck posture and well articulated rider. China, Tang Dynasty c. AD 618 – 907<\/p>

20\" H x 18\" W x 0\" D<\/p>

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\r\n\t A set of four court dancers and musicians

Earthenware and pigments Western Han Dynasty, 206 BCE-AD 220 Dimensions of tallest figure: .<\/p>

12.5\" H x 4.75\" W x 3\" D<\/p>

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