17 September 2008
A PAINTED STRAW-GLAZED POTTERY FIGURE OF A HORSE
EARLY TANG DYNASTY, 7TH CENTURY
Modeled standing foursquare on a rectangular base with mouth open and ears pricked either side of the hogged mane, the body and long tail covered with a yellowish glaze painted in black with trappings, the unglazed saddle and blanket painted in red and black pigments
14 1/8 in. (36 cm.) high
Acquired prior to 1985.
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