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A painted earthenware horse and rider, standing Foursquare, Tang Dynasty, the hooded rider with hands held high, probably about to hit a drum, condition: Restoration & parts replaced drum missing, Provenance: a themoluminescence report from Oxford, hei

A painted pottery figure of an equestrienne Tang dynasty, the rider with left hand poised as if to tug at the reins, wearing a long robe falling in folds with long slender sleeves, the hair drawn up into an elaborate coiffure, the horse standing four squar

A Chinese pottery stick figure of a naked Yangling man, Tang dynasty, ?65 cm high

A Chinese pottery figure of an archer, Tang dynasty, standing with raised arms, dressed in flowing costume, traces of pigmentation, ?35 cm high

A Chinese pottery figure of a warrior, Tang dynasty, standing, dressed in costume, traces of pigmentation, 65 cm high

A Chinese pottery figure of Quanyin, Tang dynasty, standing, dressed in flowing costume, jewellery and beads, traces of pigmentation, 45 cm high

A Chinese pottery figure of a horse and rider, Tang dynasty, standing four square, traces of pigmentation, ?32 cm high, 27 cm long

A Chinese pottery figure of a Bactrian camel, Tang dynasty, standing four square, traces of pigmentation, 42 cm high, 28 cm long

A Chinese pottery figure of a warrior on horseback, Tang dynasty, standing four square, traces of pigmentation, 44 cm high, 36 cm long

A Chinese pottery figure of a warrior on horseback, Tang dynasty, standing four square, traces of pigmentation, 44 cm high, 36 cm long

A Chinese pottery figure of a whinnying horse, Tang dynasty, standing four square, wearing textured saddle, traces of pigmentation, 59 cm high, 56 cm long

A Chinese pottery figure of a horse, Tang dynasty, standing four square, wearing saddle and cloth, traces of pigmentation, ?40 cm high, 42 cm long

A Chinese pottery figure of a horse, Tang dynasty, standing four square, wearing saddle and bridle, traces of pigmentation, 49 cm high, 46 cm long

A Negoro lacquer Katakuchi, Meiji period, 19th century, Negoro lacquer over wood, Katakuchi / Choshi (spouted sake server), 19 cm high. Provenance: Purchased David Jones Art gallery, 1986. Other Notes: associated with the Buddhist temple in Negoro where th

A Chinese bronze seal, Han Dynasty (206BCE-220ACE), with a lion knob, 4 cm high. Provenance: Private Queensland Collection

A Chinese gilt-bronze Taotie mask, Han Dynasty (206BCE-220ACE), the dramatically executed mask of a mythological beast would have been a door boss with a ring handle, retains most of its gilding, 5.5 cm high

A large Chinese grey pottery horse, Tang dynasty (618-906), very well sculpted, standing under saddle on a flat triangular base with one leg raised, original red and white mineral pigments, 49 cm high and 65 cm wide, For similar example see Bonhams London,

A Tibetan painted wood panel with snow lions separated by a vajra, circa 14th century 74 x 55 cm

A horse and rider with glaze and pigment, Ming Dynasty, the horse standing foursquare on a base, the head detachable, height 40 cm

Anamese 16th century cream crackle glaze jardinere of deep cylindrical sides, of slightly ribbed form, on flat foot,h 12 cm, diameter 17 cm

A Chinese earthenware horse with arched head and ears pricked. Tang Dynasty, 8th-9th century, 32 cm high, 31 cm long

An antique bronze Southeast-Asian frog drum (rain drum), the circular mildly dished top on a wide waisted and flared base, all with fine ribbed and geometrically banded cast relief detail, star centre to the top, four raised and stylised animal forms to th

A pink sandstone carved head, India 10-12 century, a full round face with a high crown, on fitted stand, height 20 cm. Provenance: Italian private collector

A pink sandstone head, India, 10-12th century, a full round face with a tiered crown, on fitted stand, height 17 cm. Provenance: Italian private collection

A Junyao glazed bowl, probably song-Jin Dynasty, 12th-13th century, with rounded sides covered inside and out in a thick lavender, milky blue glaze thinning to a mushroom tone at the rim, the glaze pools near the footrim, diameter 14 cm, height 5 cm. Prove

15th century Medieval Penannular cloak fastener. Made in bronze approx 4 cm dia

Antique 16th century style miniature depicting a young boy, painted on a metal plate, set in glass in a later styled gilt metal frame, of frame 12.1 x 9.5 cm

Four Chinese Neolithic and Warring States style urns, with loop handles, red ground with geometric motifs painted with black and red pigments (4), approx. Height 30.5 cm. Provenance: Hollywood Road, Hong Kong, c. 1991, labels: accompanied by Hong Kong Art

A Gandharan schist style carving, Indian, 32 cm high, 28 cm wide, 18 cm deep

A rare large Tang Dynasty 'Fat lady' 618 - 906 AD height 66 cm. Note: With Ralf Kotalla Thermoluminescence laboratory report

Two various Chinese antique bowls, including Ming & Shunzhi period (14 cm diameter), both as inspected

A Chimu Blackware stirrup vessel, Peru, circa 14th century;

A sandstone figure of Ganesha wearing an elaborate crown. Provenance: Estate of the late Thomas James Valentine, condition: crack to one hand, height 34 cm. Provenance: The collection of the late Dr Thomas James Valentine

A pair of sandstone Plinths, Asian elephant heads, India 20th century, height 36 cm, diameter 42 cm

Four Chinese earthenware busts of Women from the Tang Dynasty, 618-906 AD, with full rounded faces & their long hair swept up & piled high on the head, some with traces of black pigment [4], height 12-15 cm. Provenance: the private collection of an

A pair of circular metal bowls with gold Embossing, the design influenced by the silk Roads during the Tang dynasty, four Chinese characters to base, the design & shape made by a master craftsmen, molded & hand finished, a floral arabesques scrolli

A rare Tang Dynasty, pottery Silk Road camel trader with stand 618-906 AD, height: 90 cm, length 70 cm. Note: With Ralf Kotalla Thermoluminescence laboratory report

A Chinese carved sandstone wheel of life on rectangular double lotus throne, 20th century, height 118 cm, length 70 cm

A set of six bronze Chariot fittings, Warring States-Western Han, 4th-2nd Bce, including three axel caps and three yoke fittings, each one finely inlaid in gold and silver with archaic stylised motifs, some with prancing deer and 'Qu Shi' in the centre, ax

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