A stone carving from Wang Chu Zhi's tomb, 924 AD. Notice that decorative wings began to appear on the Chinese helmet during this period.

Antique Chinese hand carved Warrior God figure. He is wearing full Imperial garb with head dress. He has dragon flags mounted to the back of his armor. In his left hand he is holding a scroll. 19th century

Another stone carving from a contemporary Five Dynasties Ten Kingdoms period tomb.

Sadigh Gallery's Ancient Chinese Jade Ceremonial Sword with a Dragon. Carved jade sword with dragon head handle. Four rings and carved animals on the curved pointed blade. Song Dynasty. 1100 AD

Cicada Amulet, glass, c. 206 BC/220 AD, China.

Standing Saddled Horse with Clipped Mane, Cropped and Tied Tail, and Roman-Style Bridle Ornaments, probably 2nd century Sculpture Chinese , 2nd century AD Han dynasty, Eastern Han period, 25-220 AD

A gold and iron helmet from the late Yuan Dynasty (1271 AD–1368 AD).

Rare Chinese hand carved wood Ming Dynasty Period polychromed temple guardian statue. Masterfully crafted throughout depicting temple guardian holding sword and seated on throne

Archaize Chinese classical jade carved Weapon by MOSTLYOLDPAWN, $350.00

Chinese advertisement, 1930s

Replica of the parade armour of Emperor Wangli(万历皇帝), Ming Dynasty.

唐-张萱-明皇纳凉图 Painted by the Tang Dynasty artist Zhang Xuan 张萱.

New stone armour found in the tomb of China's first emperor

The spear of Fu Chai, who was the arch nemesis of GouJian.

Sword with inlaid openwork hilt 金柄蟠虺紋鑲嵌寶石鐵劍 Spring and Autumn period (770–476 BCE)

Roman archer, VI cent. AD.

Ming Helmets

Ritual wine container: Unglazed white pottery from the Shang Dynasty, ca. 1300-1200 BCE, Henan Province, Anyang, China. Displayed at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Washington, D.C. by rao.anirudh

Chinese bronze at the Museum für Asiatische Kunst in Dahlem

Camel, Northern Wei–Northern Qi dynasty, mid–late 6th century China Earthenware with traces of pigment H. 9 3/4 in. (24.8 cm)

Stele with Shakyamuni and Maitreya China, Six Dynasties Period (317-581), Northern Qi Dynasty (550-577). Date: 550-577. The Cleveland Museum of Art.