• Three-color glazed vase with dragon handles and applied medallions, Tang Dynasty, 8th century. H. 47.4, mouth D. 11.4, bottom D. 10.0. Important Cultural Property. Gift of Dr. Yokogawa Tamisuke, TG647 © 2004-2017 Tokyo National Museum
  • Civilian Official and Military Officer, Tang Dynasty (618–907 CE). Excavated 1965 at Yejiabao, Gansu Province. Three-color lead-glazed (sancai) earthenware, height 133.5 cm and 135.5 cm. Gansu Provincial Museum, Lanzhou.
  • A sancai-glazed pottery figure of an equestrienne, Tang dynasty (AD 618-907)
  • A SUPERB PAINTED POTTERY FIGURE OF A LOKAPALA TANG DYNASTY Estimate  25,000 — 35,000  USD||| sotheby's
  • Eastern Zhou Dynasty Eastern Zhou Dynasty figurine of a charioteer Warring States Period Figurines of two female...
  • 三彩釉載樂俑駱駝_唐
  • Attendants, Chine, Dynastie des Tang (618 – 907), 7°-8°siècle
  • A RARE LARGE PAIR OF PAINTED AND GILDED POTTERY FIGURES OF LOKAPALAS, TANG DYNASTY (618-907). Each powerfully modeled, one shown standing atop a recumbent bull with one foot on its head and the other on its rump, his hands clenched in front of his belly which protrudes from underneath his layered armor. The second similarly dressed figure standing atop a recumbent deer, and shown in a dramatic pose with hands raised as if to hold a weapon. 74.3 and 71.9 cm high. -Christie's-
  • A beige-green glazed amphora vase, China, Tang dynasty
  • Highly important and rare, very finely modeled Chinese early Tang Dynasty, painted pottery figure; of a well-armored, bearded soldier standing upon a demon; and atop a raised pedestal base; showing much remaining pigments; H: 47
  • A WELL-MODELED SANCAI-GLAZED POTTERY FIGURE OF A LOKAPALA TANG DYNASTY (AD 618-907) The guardian is shown standing on top of a recumbent ox, his right hand placed on his hip and his left hand raised to hold a weapon. His unglazed face is painted red to accent the fierce expression and topped with radiating flame-like hair. He is dressed in elaborate armor surmounted by flames, all glazed in amber, green and cream. Loan Exhibition of the Arts of the T'ang Dynasty 36½ in. (92.7 cm.) high
  • China, probably Shaanxi province, Xi'an, Tang dynasty (618-907), glazed earthenware, sancai (three-color) ware, Overall - h:88.90 w:41.00 d:50.80 cm (h:35 w:16 1/8 d:20 inches). Gift of various donors to the department of Asian Art (by exchange) 2000.118.2
  • Chinese Sancai-glazed Horse 8th c.
  • Chinese Vase w/ Dragon Handles, Tang Dynasty. Translucent glaze, stoneware tall vase has twin dragon head handles and a sculpted neck. Figures of children are molded where the handle meets the shoulder of the vase. Medallions decorate the shoulder as well.
  • Lot 101 | Sotheby's A RARE MOULDED EWER TANG DYANSTY. HIGH: 22.2cm., 8 3/4 in. Estimate 5,000 — 7,000 GBP
  • Ewer with Phoenix Head and Applied Medallions, Three-colour Glazes, Tang dynasty (618-907), H 28.4 cm, W 15.8 cm, D 12.1 cm, Fuji Art Museum, Tokyo
  • Ewer, Chinese, Yue ware, Tang Dynasties
  • A MAGNIFICENT PAINTED POTTERY CAMEL WITH SOGDIAN RIDER AND HUNTING OWL EARLY TANG DYNASTY
  • Kundika-shaped water vessel decorated with creamy white glaze China, Tang dynasty to Five Dynasties Period, 8th–10th century A.D. Porcelaneous stoneware, Ding ware, H. 28 cm MFA, 1987.30
  • three colr glazed phoenix head ewer 8s
  • A painted pottery figure of a dancer, China, Tang Dynasty (618-906)
  • Dancer, Tang Dynasty, China
  • Reinette: Chinese Figurines and Statues from Eastern Zhou to the Tang Dynasties
  • Reinette: Chinese Figurines and Statues from Eastern Zhou to the Tang Dynasties
  • Tang Dynasty Terracotta Fat Lady, 618 AD to 906 AD, 17.7” (45.0cm) high. Photo courtesy Barakat Gallery
  • A painted pottery figure of a dancer, China, Tang Dynasty (618-906)태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노 태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노 태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노태양성카지노
  • Dancing female tomb figure. Tang Dynasty, ca. 7th–9th century. Earthenware and pigment. In the Perlman Teaching Museum.
  • Tang dancer
  • A figurine of Han Dynasty , China
  • Chinese, Sancai-glazed Horse, Tang Dynasty
  • Tang Dynasty, 618-906 AD.
  • A Tang dynasty Changsha ware from the Changsha kilns in the central southern province of Hunan, 9th century. Below the spot is a ‘twin fish’ applied motif.
  • One of the most influential Tang ceramic achievements was the creation of underglaze decor. By painting their designs directly onto the clay body or slip coat and then covering them with a clear glaze before firing, potters could protect their designs in a way not previously possible. Potters working near Changsha in southern China seem to have been the first to experiment with and perfect underglaze decor. Understandably their early attempts were somewhat limited. The colors used in the unde...