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Pottery Female Polo Player Astride a Galloping Horse

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Pottery Female Polo Player Astride a Galloping Horse
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Tang Dynasty (618-907), Chang’an, Shaanxi province, ChinaWith the original colorsHigh 38 cm. Long 44 cm. - The result of the thermoluminescence test, is consistent with the dating of the item, Tang dynasty- Provenance: Property of a Noble Dutch gentleman; acquired 1980s-1990s. The spirited horse covered in a red slip and modelled in full gallop with all four legs extended and in the air. The rider seated firmly in her saddle with feet stretched forward in the stirrups, her body twisted to the left at the waist and dressed in a long yellow,green, white and red tight-fitting tunic above black boots. The arms positioned to strike, the softly modelled face detailed in red and black pigment on a white slip beneath the black hair drawn up in a knot.
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Pottery Female Polo Player Astride a Galloping Horse

Estimate €4,000 - €6,000
Jun 02, 2019
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Starting Price €2,500
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Becker Antiques | Since 1969

Becker Antiques | Since 1969

Amsterdam, Netherlands
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0011: Pottery Female Polo Player Astride a Galloping Horse

Sold for €3,500
5 Bids
Est. €4,000 - €6,000Starting Price €2,500
Important Chinese Art, Buddhism & African Art
Jun 02, 2019 10:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0011 Details

Description
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Tang Dynasty (618-907), Chang’an, Shaanxi province, ChinaWith the original colorsHigh 38 cm. Long 44 cm. - The result of the thermoluminescence test, is consistent with the dating of the item, Tang dynasty- Provenance: Property of a Noble Dutch gentleman; acquired 1980s-1990s. The spirited horse covered in a red slip and modelled in full gallop with all four legs extended and in the air. The rider seated firmly in her saddle with feet stretched forward in the stirrups, her body twisted to the left at the waist and dressed in a long yellow,green, white and red tight-fitting tunic above black boots. The arms positioned to strike, the softly modelled face detailed in red and black pigment on a white slip beneath the black hair drawn up in a knot.

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