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  • Taiwan Stamps : 1980 , TW S163 Scott 2196-9 Tri-color pottery T'ang Dynasty, MNH, F-VF

    These stamps depict four pieces of tri-color pottery of the Tang Dynasty (618-906), recommended by the National Museum of History. The pottery figurines are representations of a military official, chickens, a horse, and a camel. They are briefly described as follows:2.00?€€Military Official, Height: 101 cm, White earthenware .5 .00 ? € €Chickens , Height: both figurines 17 cm, White earthenware .8 .00 ? € €Horse , Height: 73 cm,Length: 78 cm, Hollow white earthenware .10 .00 ? € €Camel , Height: 82

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  • Tri-Color Tang Pottery - Horses #7

    Please click on the image for a larger picture.Tri-Color Tang Pottery - Horses #7 Horse (blue): 5" x 4.5 x 1.75" (12.5cm x 11.5cm x 4.5cm) Horse (yellow): 5.5" x 5" x 1.75" (14cm x 12.5cm x 4.5cm)In the Chinese culture, the horse symbolizes power, energy and success.The Art of Chinese ceramics flourished during the Tang Dynasty (618-907). One of the major developments of this Dynasty came with the introduction of varicolored, soft glazes for use on ceramics. The most famous Tang Dynasty ceramic pieces

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  • Tri-Color Tang Pottery - Horses #6

    Please click on the image for a larger picture.Tri-Color Tang Pottery - Horses #6 Horse (white): 5" x 4.5 x 1.75" (12.5cm x 11.5cm x 4.5cm) Horse (brown): 5.5" x 5" x 1.75" (14cm x 12.5cm x 4.5cm)In the Chinese culture, the horse symbolizes power, energy and success.The Art of Chinese ceramics flourished during the Tang Dynasty (618-907). One of the major developments of this Dynasty came with the introduction of varicolored, soft glazes for use on ceramics. The most famous Tang Dynasty ceramic pieces

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  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Square Plate'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Square Plate' This Persian style Square Plate is glazed in traditional Tri-color Glazed Pottery of Tang, painting alluring floral patterns on the green grounding, showing the connection between two different cultures. Around the edges of plate, it is carved with vine-like pattern standing for the continual auspicious and rich; there is a blooming calliopsis in the middle of the plate; lots of delicate small flowers are adorned on each petal of calliopsis which looks just

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    Glazed, Square, Floral Pattern, Traditional, Replica, Custom, Color
  • Tri-Color Tang Pottery - Horse

    Please click on the image for a larger picture. Tri-Color Tang Pottery - Horse Size: 12.5" 10" x 4" (32cm x 25.5cm x 10cm)The Art of Chinese ceramics flourished during the Tang Dynasty (618-907). One of the major developments of this Dynasty came with the introduction of varicolored, soft glazes for use on ceramics. The most famous Tang Dynasty ceramic pieces include earthenware objects with tricolor glazes amber, green and yellow. Ceramic horses were included in the tombs of the Tang Dynasty to ensure that

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  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Dragon Handle Pot'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Dragon Handle Pot' This handmade pottery pot with dragon handle uses the traditional Tri-color ceramic technique from Tang Dynasty (A.D. 618~A.D. 907). The handle shapes as one emerald green dragon crossing over the sleek bulbous body glazed in yellow color. The meticulously carved dragon head looks valorous and imposing; the whole body of this dragon is bent as the handle of this pot. Standing for auspicious signs, green floral patterns are embossed on the body of pot; the

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    Sleek, Sign, Traditional, Replica, Custom, Handmade, Color
  • Tri-Color Tang Pottery - Horse & Camel

    Please click on the image for a larger picture. Horse: 6" x 6.25 x 2" (15cm x 16cm x 5cm) Camel: 5.5" x 6.5" x 2.5" (14cm x 16.5cm x 6.5cm)The Art of Chinese ceramics flourished during the Tang Dynasty (618-907). One of the major developments of this Dynasty came with the introduction of varicolored, soft glazes for use on ceramics. The most famous Tang Dynasty ceramic pieces include earthenware objects with tricolor glazes amber, green and yellow. Ceramic horses and camels were included in the tombs of the

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  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Persian Bowl'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Persian Bowl' This colorful galzed bowl with elements of persian design is a replica of Tang Dynasty relic. The bowl is hand formed and glazed using the traditional techniques, Tang Tri-color. The elegant bowl is hand-painted in green color before the piece is fired, shaped as a big teacup with a green handle. The rim of the bowl is carved in wavy style, and embossed with the scene of traditional dancing. During the Tang Dynasty, China was a center of trade through the silk

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    Designer, Glazed, Elegant, Hand Painted, Handled, Colorful, Custom, Color, Embossed, Traditional, Replica, Rimmed, China
  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Dancing Figurine'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Dancing Figurine' This Tri-color Glazed Pottery of Tang dancing figurine features an elegant royal dancer dancing with music. She wears the hair in two buns forming like rings; robe with flowing wide-sleeves exposes half of the dancer's chest. Her coquettish stature, tender look, one hand lifting up to head, another one naturally hanging by her side, feature a lovely scene of royal dancing only for the emperor of Tang dynasty . Left Right 3 .5in x 7.9in x 16.5in

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    Pottery, Music, Custom, Love
  • Tang Tri-color Pottery, 'Dragon Pot'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery, 'Dragon Pot ' Shipping : US -Mainland : $27.90 This dragon pot is one of the pair of Tri-color dragon and phoenix pots. This dragon pot is shaped as a dragon raising his head; his two long beards high towards to the sky; showing sharp teeth in his mouth. The tail bends to the body as a handle of the pot. The blue glazed dragon covered with scales. The pattern of wave and lotus leaves are carved on the both side of pot, which stands for inner peace. Read more... Tang Tri-color ware

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  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Strong Men Carrying Drum'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Strong Men Carrying Drum' This replica of Tang Dynasty (A.D. 618~A.D. 907) sculpture shows two muscular men holding up a big drum glazed in blue. The beautiful mixture of color glaze is a signature of the Tang Tri Color glazed pottery. This pottery replica will be a great center piece for your living room decor. Price: $249.99 6.7in x 10.2in x 13 .8in 8kg Customers ’ comments on Pottery Statue, 'Men Carrying Drum':

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  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Sculpture, 'Playful Elephant Pot'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Sculpture, 'Playful Elephant Pot' This is a replica of the Elephant Pot made in Tang Dynasty (A.D. 618~ A.D. 907), shaped as playful and plump elephant. He raises the trunk, wears a colorful belt. And there is a child sitting on the back of the elephant, holding the mouth of the pot in his arms. Elephants became popular in China as the development of Buddhism in ancient time, they are the symbol of peace and fortune. 5.9in x 8.7in x 9.8in Customers’ comments on Pottery Sculpture,

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  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Standing Phoenix Vase'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Standing Phoenix Vase' This pottery vase shapes as a standing phoenix with colorful glaze. This gorgeous standing phoenix lifts the head and throws her chest, staring into the distance with fiery eyes. Her long tail feather lying behind adds unique and elegant quality to this piece of artwork. Price: $207.00 5.9in x 9.4in x 16.1in Customers’ comments on Pottery Replica, 'Standing Phoenix Vase':

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    Long, Elegant, Replica, Colorful, Custom, Color
  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Dragon-fish Pot'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Dragon-fish Pot' This dragon-fish water vessel is a Tang Tri-color pottery replica. Dragon is a holly animal in Chinese culture. And Chinese people believe carp will bring luck and money. This dragon-fish pot has the body of carp, yellow glazed scales and green tail; a dragon head with white sharp teeth and green dragon bread; the fin is transformed into a pair of wide opening wings adorned with colorful feather and flowing cloud. Price: $151.00 5.9in x 13in x 9.1in

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  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Horse Looking Back'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Horse Looking Back' This horse sculpture is the replica of one of the most famous Tang Tri-color relics. Horse is a popular subject for Tang artisans. This Horse has a mane of thick colored hair; four strong legs , and is bending head to his left looking with fiery eyes. Glazed in rich colors, the craftsman gives unique quality to this animal. available in yellow or blue 3.1in x 9.1in x 7.5in Customers’ comments on Pottery Horse Sculpture, 'Tri-color Horse': The horse

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  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Dragon Pot'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Dragon Pot' This dragon pot is one of the pair of Tri-color dragon and phoenix pots. This dragon pot is shaped as a dragon raising his head; his two long beards high towards to the sky; showing sharp teeth in his mouth. The tail bends to the body as a handle of the pot. The blue glazed dragon covered with scales. The pattern of wave and lotus leaves are carved on the both side of pot, which stands for inner peace. 9.8in x 6.7in x 11.8in Customers’ comments on Pottery

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  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Phoenix Pot'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Phoenix Pot' This phoenix pot is one of the pair of Tri-color dragon and phoenix pots. This phoenix pot is shaped as a phoenix raising its head; the abdomen is painted in blue glaze; the yellow tail bends to body designed as a handle. The phoenix spread the wings to the sky, flowing cloud adorned beneath the wings. The neck is bent to a beautiful curve, with the slightly opened mouth. 6.7in x 9.8in x 11.8in Customers’ comments on Pottery Replica, 'Phoenix Pot':

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  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Phoenix Head Pot'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica, 'Phoenix Head Pot' The original of the phoenix pot was designed in the golden age of Tang Dynasty using the technique of Tri-color Glaze. The top of the pot is shaped as a head of phoenix holding a diamond bead in mouth; a flower-like handle covers at the phoenix head. A scene of hunting is carved on the body of the pot. A hunter riding on a horse is looking back and is ready to shoot a running deer with his bow; and a few flowers, birds and butterflies are adorned at the

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  • Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica Sculpture, 'Music Band on a Camel'

    Tang Tri-color Pottery Replica Sculpture, 'Music Band on a Camel' This sculpture features a band of five men on the back of a camel. Four members of the band playing the various music instruments while one singer standing in the middle and singing. The camel raises his head; the body is painted in bright blue glaze; the neck fur is captured by the artist perfectly. With the silk road, Tang was the trade center of the world during its time. The band members have facial features showing that they probably

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  • Chinese Tang tri-color vase

    Michael Komarovsky , Marlboro , MA Michael Komarovsky 305 Lincoln Street Marlboro, MA Chinese Tang tri-color vase Chinese Tang tri-color vase 10" tall, 5 1/2" diameter. Marked on the bottom, original box and paperwork Condition: as pictured. Never used, original box 1411-85 Michael Komarovsky , Marlboro , MA Michael Komarovsky 305 Lincoln Street Marlboro, MA See All 252 Items Great Antiques, Art, Collectibles for Less 5,000+ Sq.F of Antiques, Art, Collectibles

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    Antique, Original, Box, Color
  • Large Tri-Color Tang Horse #8

    Please click on the image for a larger picture. Large Tri-Color Tang Horse #8 Size: 20" (51cm)The Art of Chinese ceramics flourished during the Tang Dynasty (618-907). One of the major developments of this Dynasty came with the introduction of varicolored, soft glazes for use on ceramics. The most famous Tang Dynasty ceramic pieces include earthenware objects with tricolor glazes amber, green and yellow. Ceramic horses were included in the tombs of the Tang Dynasty to ensure that the dead enjoyed the

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  • Pottery Replica, Tang Dynasty, 'Double Dragon Longneck Vase'

    Pottery Replica, Tang Dynasty, 'Double Dragon Longneck Vase' This Tang Tri-color pottery replica features the double dragon handle long neck vase with colorful glaze. A slick bulbous body narrows into a long straight neck; two dragons sit on the different sides of the vase as two handles. Glazed yellow as grounding of this whole vase, two paintings are embossed on it. One painting presents a beautiful scene of a courtyard in Tang; and the other shows a boy is lying on a pile of corn. Price: $209.45 11.8in x

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    Narrow, Long Neck, Replica, Colorful, Custom, Color
  • Pottery Statue, 'Elegant Tang Lady'

    Pottery Statue, 'Elegant Tang Lady' This handmade pottery statue uses the Tri-color galze technique passed on from Tang Dynasty (A.D. 618~A.D. 907). The elegant Tang lady with her hair in a bun, wears a long yellow dress robe, wraps a blue blouse on her back; Her plump body figure, elegant pose, beautiful dress present us a portait of the charming ladies of Tang. 3.5in x 6.3in x 17.3in Customers’ comments on Pottery Statue, 'Elegant Lady':

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  • Pottery Horse Statue, 'Woman Playing Polo'

    Pottery Horse Statue, 'Woman Playing Polo' This Tang Tri-color pottery statue features a woman on a horse playing polo. The woman riding on the horse wears her hair in a bun, leans her body forward and ready to strike the ball. The movement of the horse is very life-like, showing the horse running fast to chase the ball. 4.3in x 12.6in x 11in Customers’ comments on Pottery Horse statue, 'Polo Woman':

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  • Pottery Horse Sculpture, 'Stepping Horse'

    Pottery Horse Sculpture, 'Stepping Horse' This Tang Tri-color style horse statue features a powerful horse rasing one foot. Horse is one of the most common subjects of Tang Tri-color pottery artworks. This yellow glazed horse uprights his ears; a mane of white hair flicking in the air; raises one front leg as if he is showing his respect to the master. The green blanket under the saddle flaps in the wind. Yellow 5.5in x 15.4in x 14 .6in 6 .5kg Customers ’ comments on Pottery Horse Sculpture, 'Stepping

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    Stepping, Powerful, Ear, Custom, Color
  • Pottery Horse Statue, 'Man Playing Polo'

    Pottery Horse Statue, 'Man Playing Polo' This Tang Tri-color pottery statue features a man on a horse playing polo. The man riding on the horse in Tang Dynasty (A.D. 618~A.D.907) clothing, raising his arm and ready to strike the ball. The movement of the horse is very life-like, showing the horse running fast to chase the ball. The horse is glazed in light green, the rider is hand painted with facial expressions. Polo, also called as Striking Ball or Drive, is one kind of sports that players will hit a ball

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  • Antique Chinese Pottery Horses

    The rare blue color of this fantastic statue is due to the presence of cobalt added to the glazing mix. Cobalt was brought into China via the Silk Road and was a precious commodity, making the blue Tang horses more rare and more valuable. The horse carries its rider in full gallop across a field. Perhaps she races to meet her nobleman husband, or rides merely for the pleasure. The beautiful uncommon blue glaze is offset by the white mane mane, forelock, tail and hooves, and the expressive eye. The tail is

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    Sleeve, Classic, Elegant, Traditional, Racing, Carrying, Color, Enhancer
  • Taiwan Stamps : 1980 , TW S163 Scott 2196-9 Tri-color pottery T'ang Dynasty, MNH, F-VF

    These stamps depict four pieces of tri-color pottery of the Tang Dynasty (618-906), recommended by the National Museum of History. The pottery figurines are representations of a military official, chickens, a horse, and a camel. They are briefly described as follows:2.00???Military Official, Height: 101 cm, White earthenware .5 .00 ? ? ?Chickens , Height: both figurines 17 cm, White earthenware .8 .00 ? ? ?Horse , Height: 73 cm,Length: 78 cm, Hollow white earthenware .10 .00 ? ? ?Camel , Height: 82

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