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Han Dynasty Court Ladies in The Alberto Manuel Cheung Gallery, New York City, on the Web -- Chinese Antiquities -- Han Dynasty Pottery Figure of Two Female Attendants 206BC-AD8

Eastern Zhou Dynasty Eastern Zhou Dynasty figurine of a charioteer Warring States Period Figurines of two female.

LARGE Chinese Western Han Dynasty Painted Pottery Soldier ( 206 BC - AD 8 )

LARGE Chinese Western Han Dynasty Painted Pottery Soldier (206 BC - AD 8)

LARGE Chinese Western Han Dynasty Painted Pottery Soldier ( 206 BC - AD 8 )

唐代女性的男裝 - 文章

fouryearsofshades: 唐代女性的男裝 Ladies of Tang Dynasty in Men’s Style Arthur…

A Chinese Painted Pottery Figure of a Court Lady (height 22 in), Tang Dynasty (618-906), standing corpulent beauty modeled wearing loose voluminous robes and upswept thick coffure.

A Chinese Painted Pottery Figure of a Court Lady (height 22 in), Tang Dynasty standing corpulent beauty modeled wearing loose voluminous robes and upswept thick coffure.

A large grey pottery court lady, Han Dynasty (206BC- 220AD) with original red white and black pigment her hand folded inside her sleeves, 44cm h

A large grey pottery court lady, Han Dynasty with original red white and black pigment her hand folded inside her sleeves, h

TANG PAINTED POTTERY COURT LADY. Superbly modeled, Chinese Tang Dynasty painted pottery figure of a corpulent court beauty: with upswept hair, finely painted face and in draped robes, with hands gesturing; much original pigments remaining; H: 15 1/2"

Superbly modeled, Chinese Tang Dynasty painted pottery figure of a corpulent court beauty: with upswept hair, finely painted face and in draped robes, with hands gesturing; much original pigments remaining; H: 15 with Oxford TL Test certificate

A PAINTED POTTERY FIGURE OF A STANDING MALE ATTENDANT, HAN DYNASTY. Sotheby's

A PAINTED POTTERY FIGURE OF A STANDING MALE ATTENDANT, HAN DYNASTY. Sotheby's

Female Attendant, Western Han dynasty.  Shaanxi History Museum, Xi'an.  This attendant was excavated from the tomb of Queen Dou. It kneels patiently and attentively, hands concealed in the overlapping sleeves, as if is awaiting orders.

This attendant was excavated from the tomb of Queen Dou. It kneels patiently and attentively, hands concealed in the overlapping sleeves, as if is awaiting orders.

Two painted gray pottery figures of female attendants, Early Tang dynasty

Two painted gray pottery figures of female attendants, Early Tang - Photo de China - Tang dynasty - Alain.

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