Extremely rare Ornamental comb Dian Culture, Yunnan Province, China Western Han Bronze cast handle with a rider flanked by two hounds, malachite inlays on both sides. Jade teeth incised with stylised design.
A rare shape Comb, Probably Tang Dynasty (618-906) Sold for 6,100$, June, 2011. 10cm high. Carved with an image of a lady. The hair-style is similar to that of the Mongolian Kalka people. Source: http://mossgreen.com.au/
Infographic showing how women applied their lipstick in various shapes over the course of Chinese history, staring with the Han Dynasty on the top and going to the Qing Dynasty on the bottom. (They almost made it in the Tang dynasty.
Rather recent comb depicting a traditional dragon figure like those carved during the Song dynasty (960-1279 AD). This comb exhibits beautiful green and brown jade translucency. The dragon expresses a symbolic meaning that has ancient origins with respect to humans and their relationship with the cosmos. www.creative-museum.com