London, South Kensington
19 April 2001
A Chinese painted pottery horse
standing four square on a rectangular base with its head turned to the left, wearing a red painted saddle and black and white striped saddle cloth, white pigment remaining to the body -- 12in. (30.5cms) high, (pigments rubbed and general old wear).
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