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The Han Dynasty
Asian Art Museum
Dancer figurine, unearthed from the Tomb of the King of Chu, Tuolan Mountain, Xuzhou, Jiangsu. Western Han period (206 BCE–9 CE), 2nd century BCE. Earthenware. Xuzhou Museum.
Mason Jar Wine Glass
Arts And Crafts
Andenkenpokal an Herzog Philipp von Württemberg und Erzherzogin Marie Theresia von Österreich als
Dame de cour Dame de cour en terre cuite à engobe blanche et belles traces de polychromie - Restauration d'usage ORIGINE : R.P. de Chine - Province de Henan EPOQUE : WEI du Nord (386-534)
Toledo Museum Of Art
LARGE FIGURE OF A COURT SERVANT Terracotta, cold painting. China, Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD), TL-tested A male Terracotta sculpture from a burial gift and rendered in a particular unusual size, very rare in terms of quality and preservation.
Han Dynasty Lady Dancer : Source: Fine Chinese ceramics, Bronzes and works of art, Christie
Chinese Court Lady First half of the 8th century China, probably Shaanxi province, Tang dynasty (618–907)
TANG DYNASTY (618-907) A MASSIVE PAINTED POTTERY FIGURE OF A COURT LADY
Year Of The Horse
aleyma: China, Striding horse figure, 549-77 (source).
Cleveland Museum Of Art
1A Bronze Wine Vessel, Mu Xin Zun. Early Western Zhou Dynasty, 11th-10th Century BC. Photo: Sotheby's.
Closeup of the head of a Earthenware Horse with three-color (sancai) lead glazes China Tang Dynasty 1st half of 8th century CE
Very large walking horse with removable saddle Earthenware in exceptional condition with original pigments. China, Shanxi province. Early Tang Dinasty, 7th century AD Thermo luminescent test Height 58.8 cm - Large 51.5 cm
Ceramic Sculpture Figurative
Court lady with her attendents Painted pottery Tang Dynasty, 618 AD - 907 AD China
Large earthenware court lady China Tang Period (618-907) Orange earthenware, white slip, black, red, pink, green, blue, white and orange pigments Height: 58 cm
Khorezmian official China Northern Wei (386-535) Pottery with some red pigment Height: 21 cm
Lohan Head China Yuan dynasty (1279 - 1368 AD)
Prencing Horse China Tang Dynasty (618 - 906 AD) Painted Terracotta H: 14" (Tested by Oxford Authentication Lab)
Art And Architecture
Green-glazed dog Eastern Han dynasty (25–220 CE) Clay with green glaze H. 40.2 cm, L. 40 cm Excavated from Donggu River, Gaotang Collection of Shandong Provincial Museum
reen-glazed rooster Eastern Han dynasty (25–220 CE) Clay with green glaze H. 28.4 cm, L. 31 cm Excavated from Donggu River, Gaotang Collection of Shandong Provincial Museum
Chariot fitting—yoke saddle ornament, ejiao Western Han dynasty (206 BCE–9 CE) Gilt bronze; H. 4.4 cm, L. 8.5 cm, Excavated 1996, No. 3 chariot, Shuangrushan, Changqing County Collection of Changqing County Museum
Art Through The Ages
Economy of the Han dynasty - A bronze rhinoceros from the Western Han Era
Economy of the Han dynasty Painted ceramic cavalrymen and infantrymen, Western Han dynasty
Economy of the Han dynasty - A Western-Han ceramic figurine of a mounted cavalryman, 2nd century BC
Chinese Dragon Art
ancientpeoples: Painted Earthenware Dragon China 4th-5th Century, Six Dynasties Placed in a tomb, a dragon provided a means to get to heaven.
Bronze bell, Xia Dynasty.
Danny's History & Ancient Cash Coins
Stone Age Art
Shang dynasty, 13th-12th century BCE The shape of this vessel is exceedingly rare, and the combination of the round foot, lid, and neck - the graceful profile of the last emphasized by the elegant bow handle - with a square body is unique.