Extremely rare and superbly modeled, Chinese early Tang Dynasty model of a recumbent camel; with its head thrown back and mouth agape, showing exquisite detailing to manes, and with separate removable saddlebags;
For Sale on - An exceptional grouping of three painted pottery camels. Two modeled standing foursquare with heads raised, the third in recumbent position.
A PAINTED POTTERY FIGURE OF A KNEELING CAMEL China, Tang dynasty (618-906). Width 24.5 cm. Pottery tomb figure depicting a camel kneeling on its anterior legs. The realistically depicted animal stretches its long neck forward, on its back between the two humps one can see bags with a load. Over the figure's entire surface, traces of the red and brown polychrome can be seen. This is a typical tomb figure from the Tang dynasty (618-907).
TANG DYNASTY POTTERY CAMEL, painted pottery model of a Bactrian camel; with head thrown up showing expressive features; standing four-square on base, with much original pigments remaining;
Early Tang Painted Pottery Seated Camel with Detachable Saddle - Origin: Shaanxi Province - 'Xi'an' Circa: 618 AD to 907 AD Dimensions: high x wide Collection: Chinese Art Medium: Terracotta Condition: Extra Fine Location: UAE
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