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    A white-glazed stem cup, Tang dynasty (618-907)

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    China, Yuan Dynasty., blue glazed Meiping vase, with dark painted floral designs, with loosely rendered birds and auspicious symbols. Height 18 in

    Vase with birds and portrait

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    ancient mosaics discovered in ancient greek city of zeugma (2)2200 years old.

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    Reinette: Chinese Figurines and Statues from Eastern Zhou to the Tang Dynasties

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    Flower Pot 1700–1750 Mexico

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    Tang Dynasty Pottery

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    Terracotta aryballos (perfume vase) in the form of a monkey. Period: Archaic Date: 1st quarter of the 6th century B.C. Culture: Rhodian