Edward B. Wright Collection

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A very large chestnut glazed "bellowing" camel. A two humped Bactrian with a turned head and open mouth. Restored cracks
Size: 30 " high x 24" long
Date: Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE)

 



Chinese carved stone standing birds from Sichuan Province. Some chips
Size: 6"-9" high x 10-13" long
Date: Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220 CE)
 



Pair of Chinese red pottery noble equestrians with pigment traces, excellent condition.
Size: 15" high x 15 " long & 14 " high x 15 " long
Date: Six Dynasties (220-581 CE)
 



Unusual and charming pair of white pottery Earth Spirits with extensive color remaining, excellent condition.
Size: 17 " high & 18 " high
Date: Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE)

 



Large and graceful red pottery amphora with two handles, excellent condition
Size: 15 " high x 12" wide
Date: Neolithic c. 2000 BC

 



Excellent long neck, garlic mouth bronze vessel with water patina from Jingzhou area of Hubei Province. Original wood stopper & cord. Metallographic and Metallurgical analysis done.
Size: 15 " high
Date: Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220CE)



Pair Chinese small Spring & Autumn fang hu wine vessels with excellent azurite and bronze malachite patterns. Metallographic testing
Size: 6 " high x 3 " at widest point
Date: Spring & Autumn Period (770-476 BCE)

 



Very unusual Chinese bronze mirror holder with one missing part and dragon head decoration.
Size: 14 " high x 13 " wide
Date: Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220CE)

 



Large classic bronze sword with one crack and one chip, excellent patina and
mineralized organic matter. Metallographic testing
Size: 26 " long
Date: Han Dynasty (206BCE-220CE)

 



Pair pottery architectural tiles depicting running warriors and lively horse drawn chariot, Sichuan ProvinceSize: 10" high x 16 " long
Date: Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE)


 



One Chinese carved stone prayer tablet from Yunnan Province
(Late Yuan/Early Ming). Featuring a Dhamachrka but with lotus petal ends
instead of points symbolizes cosmic harmony. Sanskrit written in Devanagari
Size: 15 " x 15 "
Date: Late Yuan/Early Ming (1308-1400)



Chinese carved stone prayer tablet from Yunnan Province, depicting two seated figure, three carved Chinese characters and with extensive carved Sanskrit in Devanagari script.
Size: 21 " high x 17 " wide
Date: Yuan/Ming (1279-1644)


 



Chinese carved stone prayer tablet from Yunnan Province, depicting a standing noblewoman, one carved Chinese character and with extensive carved Sanskrit in Devanagari script.
Size: 22" high x 18 " wide
Date: Yuan/Ming (1279-1644)

 


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