HAN DYNASTY PAINTED POTTERY HORSE AND RIDER
C206 B.C. -220A.D.
A superb Chinese painted pottery soldier, seated astride his horse, painted in red and white slip, the soldier's hands
and horse's mouth with holes where a leather bridle and reins would once have been held.
Condition: cracks to the soldier's head; chipping to hooves; invisible restorations to legs.
Note: Similar, though larger, horse and riders, are illustrated in the catalogue (Pages 84 & 85), that accompanied
the Chinese Government exhibition titled "War and Peace", Treasures of the Qin and Han dynasties.
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Han Dynasty Painted Pottery Horse and Red-Coated Rider, China c206 BC - 220 AD