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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.

Standing Female Attendant, Tang dynasty (618–907), late 7th century–early 8th century. Wood with pigment. H. 19 1/2 in. (49.5 cm). Gift of Enid A. Haupt, 1997, 1997.442.7.1 © 2000–2017 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Standing Female Attendant Period: Tang dynasty Date: late century Culture: China Medium: Wood with pigments

Female Dancer, Western Han dynasty (206 b.c.–9 a.d.), 2nd century b.c.  China  Earthenware with slip and pigments    H. 21 in. (53.3 cm)  Charlotte C. and John C. Weber Collection, Gift of Charlotte C. and John C. Weber, 1992 (1992.165.19)

Female Dancer, Western Han dynasty a. China Earthenware with slip and pigments H. cm) Charlotte C. Weber Collection, Gift of Charlotte C.

Ancient Chinese Tang Dynasty Sancai glazed pottery Figure of an official

Ancient Chinese Tang Dynasty Sancai glazed pottery Figure of an official Mais

Tomb Attendant, Han Dynasty, Yangling Museum, Xi'an.  Judging by the position of her hands, this attendant probably held a zither.

Judging by the position of her hands, this attendant probably held a zither.

Chinese Court Lady  First half of the 8th century  China, probably Shaanxi province, Tang dynasty (618–907)  Gray earthenware with painted polychrome decoration

Chinese Court Lady First half of the century China, probably Shaanxi province, Tang dynasty Gray earthenware with painted polychrome decoration

Figure of a mandolin player  China, late 7th century - early 8th century AD

Tang Dynasty figurine on a pipa or Gandharan lute player. This resembles the one at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Ashmolean Museum of Art, University of Oxford days that the figurines were mass produced with moulds.

Han Dynasty Lady Attendants

Chinese tomb figurines of attendents from the Han Dynasty

A type of figurine made from zhou to the tang dynasty. Reinette: Chinese Figurines and Statues from Eastern Zhou to the Tang Dynasties

Head of Attendant. Northern Song (960–1127), China

Antique Chinese ceramic head of a woman. Head of Attendant Period: Northern Song or Jin dynasty Date: century Culture: China Medium: Unfired clay with pigment

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