Painted Pottery Tomb Guardian (Han Dynasty, 206 B.C.-220 A.D.). Chinese tomb guardian statues were used during the Han Dynasty (206 B.C.-220 A.D.) to protect the soul of the deceased and the objects included in one's burial from evil. Earthenware. H. 42.6 cm, L. 41.6 cm. © Shanghai Museum; photograph provided by Houston Museum of Natural Science
Mon Musée: Asian
TANG DYNASTY (618-907) A PAINTED POTTERY FIGURE OF A COURT LADY
Tang Dynasty Pottery
Antique Chinese Carved Marble "Quan Yin" Buddha Statue, L 19th century. Nice detail.
Geometric Terracotta Horse | 8th Century BC | Price $12,000.00 | Geometric Greek, Greek | Terracotta | Animals, Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art
Chinese, Northern Wei, 386–535 Striding dragon, A.D. 220–589 Gilt bronze
My favourite artifacts at the Shanghai Museum. A pair of funerary terra-cotta figurines of musicians. When you see them live, they are so full of joy it makes you laugh with them. http://arts.cultural-china.com/en/143Arts8203.html
China: Thoughts About the Past
Western Han Dynasty (202 BC – 9 AD) bronze rhinoceros with gold and silver inlay. Beijing National Museum.
The richly adorned tomb of a warrior from China’s Three Kingdoms period (ca. 220-280 A.D.) has been discovered in Xiangyang "BRONZE LOCKS." 5.3-foot-bronze-horse."
China Older _Kinai régiségek
618–907 AD China Tang Dynasty Tomb Pottery Painted Horse
【Treasures】 Ancient China Artifacts