18 March 2009
A SMALL MOLDED GREY POTTERY TILE
EASTERN HAN DYNASTY (25-220)
One side molded with five repeating scenes of two seated officials with long, slender swords flanked by a jar on one side and an attendant with food vessels on the other side, above a bottom panel of animals in a mountain landscape, all within a hatchured border, the reverse plain
18 x 13 in. (46 x 33.5 cm.), stand
C.T. Loo & Cie, Paris.
J.T. Tai & Co., New York, 1974.
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Olov Jansé, Briques et Objets Céramiques Funéraires de l'Epoque des Han, C.T. Loo & Cie, Paris, 1936, pl. XVIII (1).
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