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Ming Glazed Terracotta Sculptural Tile From a Temple Roof - H.1023 Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD  Dimensions: 24.25" (61.6cm) high  Collection: Chinese Medium: Glazed Terracotta

Ming Glazed Terracotta Sculptural Tile From a Temple Roof - Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Chinese Medium: Glazed Terracotta

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Ming Glazed Terracotta Architectural Sculpture of a Dragon - H.1047 Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD  Dimensions: 26.5" (67.3cm) high x 41" (104.1cm) depth  Collection: Chinese Style: Ming Dynasty Medium: Glazed Terracotta Condition: Very Fine

Ming Glazed Terracotta Architectural Sculpture of a Dragon - Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: high x depth Collection: Chinese Style: Ming Dynasty Medium: Glazed Terracotta Condition: Very Fine

Chinese Ceramic Roof Tile, Warrior/Horse. Chinese glazed ceramic roof tile, of a warrior on horseback heightened in yellow and green glaze, the base incised with the name of the warrior 'Yang Xi Chiquan Hou', 15"w;

Chinese glazed ceramic roof tile, of a warrior on horseback heightened in yellow and green glaze, the base incised with the name of the warrior 'Yang Xi Chiquan Hou',

T'ang Glazed Terracotta Sculpture of a Foreign Groom Featuring a Turquoise Lapel - H.697 Origin: China Circa: 618 AD to 906 AD Dimensions: 17" (43.2cm) high Collection: Chinese Medium: Terracotta

T'ang Glazed Terracotta Sculpture of a Foreign Groom Featuring a Turquoise Lapel - Origin: China Circa: 618 AD to 906 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Chinese Medium: Terracotta

Glazed terracotta sculpture of a Fu Dog, circa: 1368-1644 AD, Ming Dynasty. The Fu Dog, or Fu Lion as it is also known, is a ubiquitous symbol that has been employed repeatedly throughout the history of China. Sometimes referred to as the “Dog of Happiness” or the “Celestial Dog.”

Ming Glazed Terracotta Sculpture of a Fu Dog - Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Chinese Medium: Glazed Terracotta

Ming Glazed Terracotta Sculptural Tile from a Temple Origin: China  Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD

Ming Glazed Terracotta Sculptural Tile from a Temple - Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Chinese Medium: Glazed Terracotta

Glazed terracotta sculpture of a Fu Dog, circa: 1368-1644 AD, Ming Dynasty.  The Fu Dog, or Fu Lion as it is also known, is a ubiquitous symbol that has been employed repeatedly throughout the history of China. Sometimes referred to as the “Dog of Happiness” or the “Celestial Dog,” the earliest traces of the Fu Dog in China date to the Han Dynasty (206 B.C.-220 A.D.). Then it disappeared from Chinese art until it was resurrected during the cultural revival experienced during the T’ang…

Ming Glazed Terracotta Sculpture of a Fu Dog - Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Chinese Style: Ming Dynasty Medium: Glazed Terracotta

An ancient Chinese painted-terracotta tomb guardian; tomb guardians are usually pairs, one being an amalgamation of animals, the other human and animal; this one has a feline face and body, the legs and hooves of a horse and antlers.  (The Barakat Gallery)

An ancient Chinese painted-terracotta tomb guardian; tomb guardians are usually pairs, one being an amalgamation of animals, the other human and animal; this one has a feline face and body, the legs and hooves of a horse and antlers. (The Barakat Gallery)

Ming Glazed Terracotta Tile From a Temple Roof - H.1004 Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD  Dimensions: 17" (43.2cm) high  Collection: Chinese Medium: Glazed Terracotta

Ming Glazed Terracotta Tile From a Temple Roof - Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Chinese Medium: Glazed Terracotta

Ming Glazed Sculptures of a Fu Dogs - H.1054/5 Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD  Dimensions: 19" (48.3cm) high  Collection: Chinese Medium: Glazed Terracotta

Ming Glazed Sculptures of a Fu Dogs - Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Chinese Medium: Glazed Terracotta

Tang Dynasty Terracotta Fat Lady - LO.1413 (LSO) Origin: China Circa: 618 AD to 906 AD  Dimensions: 17.7" (45.0cm) high  Collection: Chinese Art Medium: Terracotta

Barakat Collection Tang Dynasty Terracotta Fat Lady - (LSO) Origin: China Circa: 618 AD to 906 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Chinese Art Medium: Terracotta Location: Great Britain

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