An important and very rare white-glazed ‘elephant’ candle stand, Sui-early Tang dynasty, 6th-7th century - Alain.R.Truong
Lot 3102. An important and very rare white-glazed ‘elephant’ candle stand, Sui-early Tang dynasty, 6th-7th century; 12...
(#12) AN UNUSUAL WHITE LOTUS-PETAL DISH YUAN DYNASTY, EARLY 14TH CENTURY
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Fragmentary marble head of a helmeted soldier | Roman | Early Imperial, Flavian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Anderson, Maxwell. 1986. "The Head of a Roman Soldier in New York." Archäologischer Anzeiger, Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts: pp. 131–37, figs. 1–2.Metropolitan Museum of Art
Seated bodhisattva | China | Yuan dynasty (1271–1368) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Period: Yuan dynasty (1271–1368). Date: late 13th–early 14th century. Culture: China. Medium: Porcelain with relief decoration under bluish white glaze ...
Sold Price: A Chinese incised white glazed moon-flask vase, Bian Hu, ming dynasty - March 6, 0115 10:00 AM EDT
A Chinese incised white glazed moon-flask vase, Bian Hu ming dynasty of globular form connected to a thin neck, mounted by two dragon handles, incised to front and back with a menacing dragon over raging waves, covered by monochrome beige glaze over vase. H: 10 1/2 in., 26.7 cm PROVENANCE: Property of a Main Line Philadelphia lady
A Chinese white glazed vase, 18th century - Nov 11, 2013 | Bloomsbury Auctions in United Kingdom
A Chinese white glazed vase, 18th century , with globular body and tall neck potted with raised horizontal lines, end... on Nov 11, 2013
Terracotta statuette of a horse | Greek, South Italian, Tarentine | Late Classical or Hellenistic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art. 2001. "One Hundred Thirty-first Annual Report of the Trustees for the Fiscal Year July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2001." Annual Report of the Trustees of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 131: p
Pair of Japanese Porcelain Foo Dogs circa 1900
Pair of Japanese porcelain Foo Dogs made around 1900. Meiji period. A japanese name for Foo Dogs are Komainu, they often are statue pairs of lion-like creatures either guarding the entrance or the inner shrine of many Japanese Shinto shrines or kept inside the inner shrine itself. They can sometimes be found also at Buddhist temples, nobility residences or even private homes