4 October 2016,
Price realised HKD 1,000,000
HKD 150,000 - HKD 200,000
A SANCAI-GLAZED HAND WARMER
TANG DYNASTY (618-907)
The glaze continues over the narrow foot. The recessed base is unglazed exposing the buff ware.
5 1/8 in. (13 cm.) high, box
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The result of Oxford Authentication thermoluminescence test no. PH 004/640 (November 2000) is consistent with the dating of this lot.
Acquired in Taipei, prior to 1995
PROPERTY FROM THE DEXINSHUWU COLLECTION
National Museum of History, The Special Exhibition of Tang Tri-colour, Taipei, 1995, Catalogue, p.145
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