• Han Dynasty Votive House (206 BC - 220) - The Curator's Eye
  • Han Dynasty Votive House - The Curator's Eye
  • A Han Dynasty pottery tomb model of a palatial residence.
  • Han Dynasty Terracotta Bullock Cart Mingqi. Far East, China, Han Dynasty, ca. 206 BCE to 220 CE. Funerary object made from terracotta with handpainted details in black. Estimate $2,500 – $3,500
  • Antique Chinese Han Dynasty Green Glaze Pottery Stove
  • Han Dynasty ceramic model for tomb
  • Large and Unusual Two Story Model House Sichuan Province, China, Han Dynasty, 206 - 220 AD - Architectural models were placed in Han tombs for use in the afterlife and symbolized the high status of the person buried in the tomb
  • Eastern Han Dynasty	東漢 / 东汉	Dōng Hàn	Toponym	(list)	Liú (劉 / 刘) - Central watchtower, architectural model, Eastern Han dynasty (25–220), 1st–early 3rd century China Earthenware with green lead glaze
  • AN UNUSUAL EARLY CHINESE POTTERY MODEL OF A HOUSE possibly Han Dynasty 206 BC–220 AD, with green painted tiled roof. 14. 75ins high.
  • Han pottery
  • Rich tomb of Three Kingdoms warrior found: a glazed pottery model of a two-story mansion, it is about 3.4 feet tall. Miniature pottery houses were popular in the Han Dynasty, but this level of detail and multiple stories are very rare even from the more stable earlier period.
  • LARGE HAN DYNASTY GLAZED POTTERY HOUSE Unusually large, Chinese Han Dynasty, partially iridescent green glazed pottery model of a house; the rectangular form with single opening to the front: set on four shaped feet, and with separately modeled sloped roof; H: 24
  • Han Dynasty
  • Animal pen with figures, Eastern Han dynasty (25–220 A.D.), 1st–early 3rd century A.D. China Earthenware with green lead glaze; H. 9 1/4 in. (23.5 cm)
  • Tomb jar - early 1st-early 3rd century  Eastern Han dynasty  Earthenware with copper-green lead-silicate glaze  H: 43.2 W: 35.0 cm  China
  • Tomb jar - early 1st-early 3rd century  Eastern Han dynasty - Earthenware with copper-green lead-silicate glaze - H: 14.4 W: 18.1 cm - China
  • Ancient China, Jin Dynasty
  • Han Dynasty
  • A Han Dynasty Pottery Model of a House
  • Liubo board and pieces [China, probably Luoyang, Henan Province] (1994.285a-m) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This square ceramic board and twelve game tiles found in a tomb replicate the popular Han-dynasty pastime called liubo. The exact rules and goals of this
  • Han Pottery Tower
  • Pigsty Period: Eastern Han dynasty (25–220) Date: 1st–early 3rd century Culture: China
  • Important mingqi en forme de tour de guet à trois étages, en terre cuite beige rosé avec traces de glaçure plombifère verte, chaque étage ouvrant à une porte et surmonté d'une toiture à encorbellement,… - Christophe Joron Derem - 13/10/2015
  • Phoenix-headed ewer, Tang dynasty (618–906), late 7th–first half of 8th century  China  Earthenware with three-color (sancai) glaze
  • Han Dynasty
  • hina painted pottery model of a round granery, terracotta, Han dynasty (206-220 BCE), 11
  • Han Dynasty
  • Han Dynasrty
  • Pottery house with pig sty. Unearthed from Wangniuling tomb M1 in Puxian, Guangxi, in 1971. Western Han (206 BC - AD 25).
  • A celadon hunping jar with sculpted designs of architecture, from the Jin Dynasty (265-420).
  • A Jiangnan funerary jar from ca. 250-300 CE, decorated with a row of Buddhas seated on lotus-petal thrones, said to be one of the earliest examples of Chinese Buddhist art. Chinese Buddhism refers collectively to the various schools of Buddhism that have flourished in China since ancient times. Chinese Buddhism has played an enormous role in shaping the mindset of Chinese people, affecting their aesthetics, politics, literature, philosophy & medicine.