Provenance: This lot comes from the private collection of Mr. J. Bahamonde who over a period of 20 years acquired his collection from various prestigious dealers. His degree in archaeology from one of the best British universities and passion for Chinese art is reflected in this.
A well rendered glazed horse and musician, the man turning towards his left to beat the drum, the horse with its head slightly turned to the left and its four legs attached to a rectangular plinth; on a later wooden custom-made stand. This antiquity comes with its original Oxford Authentication signed certificate, sample number C117n12 which is consistent with the suggested period of manufacture; see photograph. You can contact Oxford Authentication Ltd to confirm the authenticity of the test.
Height: 36 cm.
Length: 31.5 cm.
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Condition: Good overall with minimal soil, iridescence deposits and some firing and glaze gaps flaws, as expected the four legs professionally reattached and retouched; the plinth also repaired. Else intact and solid.
- Fijn geglazuurde paard en muzikant met Oxford TL-test - 36 cm
- Tang Dynasty (618-907)
- Regio / land van herkomst
- Goede staat, zie beschrijving
- 36×0×31,5 cm