2 - 3 April 2008
A PAIR OF CHINESE POTTERY HEADS OF GUARDIANS AND A POTTERY FIGURE OF A CAMEL,
TANG DYNASTY (618-907),
together with a Cizhou-style triple gourd vase decorated with an overall pattern of scrolling foliage
The heads 11½in. (29.2cm.) high (4)
Each acquired between 1920 and 1948.
The camel with a paper label for the Samuel T. Peters Collection.
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