Mingqi - Terrakotta - A Mounted Hunter with Falcon, TL test, H- 42 cm. - China - Tang Dynastie (618-907)

Beschreibung
Mingqi - Terrakotta - A Mounted Hunter with Falcon, TL test, H- 42 cm. - China - Tang Dynastie (618-907)
Sehr guter Zustand, siehe Beschreibung - 42×37×0 cm

Fired in antiquity!!! Antique and Genuine item!!!

- A Certificate of Authenticity from Becker Antiques (specialist in Chinese pottery since 1969, Amsterdam) will accompany the item.

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It is very rare to find any of these pottery figures with this original pigment and rider holding Falcon!!!

Outstanding pottery "mingqi" representing a Mounted Hunter with Falcon.
Red earthenware coated with white slip and remains of green, dark green, blue, black and red pigment.

Early Tang Dynasty (618-907)
Earthenware with original pigments!
Height 42 cm.
Excavated from the tomb in Qianxian, Shaanxi province.

- Provenance: Very important and old private German collection, Mr. W. R., Wiesbaden collected before 1995.

The horse shown striding, the head well modelled with flared nostrils, open mouth as if the horse is neighing and expressive eyes below the picked years, with hogged mane and head turned slightly to the left, the saddle cloth with incised border and tiger motif (extremely rare)!!! The rider seated firmly in his saddle holding Falcon with feet stretched forward in the stirrups. His face very detailed, much of the original pigment remaining.

- The result of the thermoluminescence test, is consistent with the dating of the item, Tang dynasty (ca. 1250 years old). Sampling in 3 different points

Important information.
The seller guarantees that he is entitled to ship this lot.
It will be professionally packed and safely send in a wooden crate by FedEx.
Buyers are responsible for import regulation and restrictions of their own country

About us

Becker Antiques is one of the most leading reputable antique dealers in the Netherlands. Becker Antiques is a name and place that speaks of excellent antiques and art, incompatible service and worldwide expertise. Founded in 1969 by Jan Simon Becker, Becker Antiques is based in Museum quarter, Amsterdam Oud-Zoud, in a magnificent five-floor townhouse build 1891, at a few minutes from “Rijksmuseum” (National Museum of Art), the Van Gogh Museum and the famous “Royal Concertgebouw”.
Becker Antiques main field covers ceramics – pottery funerary figures (dated from the Han through the Ming dynasties), Buddhist sculptures and other Chinese works of art. Our other sections are Asian works of art – concerns objects from Japan and South East Asian countries including bronze, stone and wooden sculptures, Chinese furniture from the Qing Dynasty and of course occasional other items.
For the last 50 years we have been selling antiques to museums, private collectors and dealers all over the world.

The seller of this lot hereby guarantees that this object was obtained legally. The seller guarantees that he is entitled to ship this object(s). The seller will take care that any necessary permits will be arranged. The seller will inform the buyer about this if this takes more than a few days.

Catawiki disclaimer: This piece has been dated based on a TL test. No further tests, such as, an analysis of pigments or radiography scans have been conducted to check the integrity of the piece.

Los-Details
Objekt
Mingqi
Technik
Handbemalt
Material
Terrakotta
Zeitraum
Tang Dynastie (618-907)
Herkunftsregion/Herkunftsland
China
Zuschreibung
Original
Titel des Kunstwerks
A Mounted Hunter with Falcon, TL test, H- 42 cm.
Zustand
Sehr guter Zustand, siehe Beschreibung
Abmessungen
42×37×0 cm
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