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China, Southern Song Dynasty - Yuan Dynasty glazed porcelain, Diameter: w.

Pair of Ming Red Sandstone Fu Dogs - X.0412 Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: 13" (33.0cm) high x 15" (38.1cm) wide x 21.625" (54.9cm) depth Collection: Chinese Medium: Sandstone

Pair of Ming Red Sandstone Fu Dogs - Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: high x wide x depth Collection: Chinese Medium: Sandstone

SADDLED HORSE Terracotta with painting. China, Tang Dynasty (618 - 905)

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Horse. The Kofun period (AD.250-AD.592) art, Haniwa terracotta clay figure. Gunma Japan.

The Kofun period art, Haniwa terracotta clay figure.

A pair of painted pottery figures of horses and riders, Sui-Early Tang dynasty

A pair of painted pottery figures of horses and riders, Sui-Early Tang - Photo de China - Sui dynasty (AD 589 - - Alain.

Seventh-century terracotta figure of a kneeling camel is one of hundreds if not thousands of camels found in seventh and eighth-century Chinese tombs, showing the central role of the camel in Silk Road life. The consummate desert traveller, the two-humped camel of the Eastern Silk Road could survive for up to two weeks without water and could carry heavy loads.

Seventh-century terracotta figure of a kneeling camel is one of hundreds if not thousands of camels found in seventh and eighth-century Chinese tombs, showing the central role of the camel in Silk Road life.

Mexican ceramic dancing dogs, 200 BC-AD 200; probably 'made to be included in burials symbolically to guide and accompany the deceased on the journey into the Underworld and possibly to provide symbolic nourishment in the afterlife'. Princeton University Art Museum

Dancing dogs, 200 B. Place made: West Mexico, Colima, Mexico / Princeton University Art Museum

Shoulao, god of Longevity, with a deer. Chinese, Late Ming dynasty, about 1550-1644. Carved ivory

virtual-artifacts: God of Longevity (Shoulao) with a Deer China, Chinese, Late Ming dynasty, about Sculpture Carved ivory 7 x 3 x 3 in.

Terracotta Dancing Horses, China, Tang Dynasty (618-907)

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A marvelous ivory cane of a lion and snake.  It depicts in marvelous detail, a male lion sitting atop a foliage-laden tree stump confronting a vicious, open-mouthed snake. There is a smooth cartouche where a name or initials could have been inscribed, as well as a 7/8" smooth silver collar. It is perhaps English, ca 1865, and it may be allegorical with the lion representing the British Empire and the snake representing her foes.

A marvelous ivory cane of a lion and snake. It depicts in marvelous detail, a male lion sitting atop a foliage-laden tree stump confronting a vicious, open-mouthed snake.

White marble model of a guardian lion, Tang Dynasty

Important gilt bronze Bodhisattva Vajrasattva, Ming Dynasty, Xuande six-character Mark and.

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