Edward B. Wright Collection

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A very large and unusual Chinese Sancai (3-color) glazed dignitary figure.
Size: 43 1/2" high
Date: Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE)

  

Pair of Chinese green glazed offering vessel from Yunnan Province, relief medallions and lotus motif on body and pagoda shaped lid with ensuite decorations.
Size: 15" high & 15 " high
Date: Yuan/Ming Dynasty c. 13th/14th century

 

Exceptionally large Chinese offering vessel from Yunnan Province in black pigmented and burnished grey pottery with original lid. Impressed relief band of floral design on shoulder of vessel
Size: 28 " high
Date: Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368 CE)

 



"Red Bronze" Chinese offering vessel from Yunnan Province. Hammered design of high relief lotus petals on bottom third of vessel, relief Dharmachakra design (8 Paths to Enlightment) on lid. Hinges and locking toggle still intact.
Size: 12 " high
Date: Sung Dynasty (960-1279 CE)



Chinese "Red Bronze" offering vessel from Yunnan with very unusual "stepped" conical lid and remnants of pigmented design. Relief lotus petal design around bottom third of vessel. Original clasps and hinges.
Size: 12 " high
Date: Sung Dynasty (960-1279 CE)

Rare Chinese "Script" offering vessel from Yunnan Province. Incised allover pattern Sanskrit written in Devanagari. There are also two Chinese characters which translate as "Seeking, on behalf of ______" (blank space)
Size: 9" high
Date: Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368 CE)

 




Rare Chinese "script" Vessel in gray clay from Yunnan Province. Allover incised pattern of Sanskrit written with Devanagari script. There is also one vertical line of Chinese script which translates as "Buddha says, in the highest respect, this most glorious holy incantation Tuoluoni". This vessel additionally has an incised "chant" on the interior of the lid as well as an incised Dharmachakra on the top of the lid.
Size: 9 " high
Date: Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368 CE

        

Four Chinese pottery offering vessels from Yunnan Province. Of relatively small size, the vessels have painted carved and molded simple lotus patterns.
Sizes: 8 " 11 " high
Date: Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368 CE)

         

Chinese pottery offering vessels from Yunnan Province. All have pigment and molded and applied details. Some are decorated with Buddhists deities and zodiac figures as well as deeply, well carved lotus petal pattern.
Size: 8" 14" high
Date: Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368 CE)


 A rare Chinese red pottery offering vessel from Yunnan Province of exceptional size, hand worked "pie crust" designs and incised curvilinear patterns, pedestal base.
Size: 23" high
Date: Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368 CE)

    

A rare Chinese pottery offering vessel from Yunnan Province with burnished black finish and deeply incised lotus petals and zodiac and Buddhist figures in each panel.Size: 11" high
Date: Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368 CE)



A very large pair of lidded Chinese Hu form wine vessels with extensive traces of painted geometric and curvilinear designs, one with several restored cracks.
Size: 23 " high & 24" high
Date: Western Han Dynasty (206 BCE-9 CE)

 



A very large pair of lidded Chinese Hu form wine vessels with extensive traces of painted geometric and curvilinear designs, one with several restored cracks.
Size: 23 " high & 24" high
Date: Western Han Dynasty (206 BCE-9 CE)

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