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MASTERPIECES OF ANCIENT ASIA

Pax Romana Auctions Live Webcast Auction 08 Nov 2020 14:00 GMT
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C. 386-534 AD. Northern Wei Dynasty. A painted pottery figure of a caparisoned horse. The horse stands foursquare with its head drawn inwards, and...

C. AD 618-907. Tang Dynasty. Terracotta full-figured court lady who sways to one side and raises her right hand. This female figure is presented w...

C. AD 618-907. Tang Dynasty. A large ceramic figurine of a Bactrian camel, also known as a Mongolian camel, with a rider. The beast features a san...

Ca. 206 BC - 220 AD. Han dynasty, A hollow-formed terracotta rabbit figurine with a black pelt and coral-pink pigmentation on the nose and in the ...

Ca. 206 BC - 220 AD. Han dynasty. A hollow-formed terracotta rabbit figurine with a white pelt and coral-pink pigmentation on the nose and in the ...

Ca. 206 BC - 220 AD. Han dynasty. A hollow-formed terracotta pig in a cream fabric with a painted black topcoat. The pig’s features have been beau...

1045–771 BC. Western Zhou Dynasty. A bronze wine vessel known as a You, comprising a detachable domed lid with cylindrical handle top, piriform b...

1300-1100 BC, Late Shang Dynasty. A bronze tripod, generally known as a ding. The object comprises a hemispherical body with shelved rim and two ...

Ca. 206 BC-220 AD. Han Dynasty. Beautiful ceramic vase with a beige fabric and glossy brown slip. The vase comprises a flaring rim, elongated neck...

Ca. 3000 BC. Chinese Neolithic. A terracotta painted vase with a cylindrical neck, broad, flaring shoulders, conical body and flat base. Two appli...

Ca. 3000 BC. Chinese Neolithic. A terracotta painted vase with a tapering body rising from a flat base to rounded shoulders; a short flaring neck,...

Ca. 206 BC - 220 AD. Han Dynasty. Beautiful ceramic vase with a beige fabric and glossy dark brownish-grey slip. The vase comprises a flaring rim,...

549 - 577 AD. Northern Qi Dynasty. Cream-coloured stone torso of a standing Buddha, without hands or head which would probably have originally be...

C. AD 618-907. Tang Dynasty. Stone head of Buddha with characteristic elaborate coiffured, two-tiered black “snail-shell” hair curls ornamented wi...

549 - 577 AD. Northern Qi Dynasty. Grey stone torso of a standing Buddha, without a head which would probably have originally been in precious met...

C. 1368-1644. Ming Dynasty. Greyish-brown stone head of Buddha in high relief with a three-rowed halo. Buddha is depicted with an elaborate high t...

C. AD 618-907. Tang Dynasty. Grey stone head of Buddha with elaborate headdress. The Buddha’s hair is carefully modelled to allow us to distinguis...

Ca. 1368-1644 AD. Ming Dynasty. A light cream stone torso of a warrior. The heavily-armoured figure stands in a static posture with his legs at s...

Ca. 1368-1644 AD. Ming Dynasty. An elaborate cream stone pedestal supporting a seated Buddha in high relief. The square base bearing elaborate veg...

C. AD 618-907. Tang Dynasty. A cream-coloured, oval-shaped stone stele in high relief depicting a seated buddha. The central Buddha figure is depi...

1100-900 BC. Early Western Zhou Dynasty. Bronze cast vessel Gui comprising a broad shelf-like lip, hemispherical bowl, wide loop handles topped w...

1300-1200 BC. Shang dynasty. A beautiful bronze jia tripod vessel comprising a flaring rim, inward sloping neck, flaring shoulder and flat bottom...

Ca. 202 BC-220 AD. Chinese Han Dynasty. Terracotta Horse with Rider. An elegant hollow-moulded terracotta horse. This bay horse is modelled in a s...

C. AD 618 and 907. Tang Dynasty. Terracotta full-figured court lady who sways to one side and has her hands clasped at her chest. This female figu...

Ca. 206 BC–220 AD Chinese Han Dynasty. Ceramic figure showing a tiger hunting a boar. This elaborate ceramic figure shows a tiger pouncing onto a ...

Ca. 206 BC–220 AD Chinese Han Dynasty, terracotta court figure. This large kneeling female figure is presented wearing the traditional Eastern Han...

Ca. 206 BC - 220 AD. Attractive Han dynasty terracotta dog. A hollow-formed terracotta dog in a cream fabric with a black painted topcoat and cora...

Ca. 386-534 AD. Northen Wei Dynasty. Terracotta Horse. An elegant hollow-moulded terracotta horse. This creme coloured horse is modelled in a stan...

C. AD 618 and 907. Tang Dynasty. A large ceramic figurine of a Bactrian camel, also known as a Mongolian camel. The beast features a sandy pelt, w...

C. AD 618 and 907. Tang Dynasty. A set of two ceramic female polo players. These two ceramics show two women in the midst of a polo match., both w...

Ca. 1368-1644 AD. Ming Dynasty. Dark reddish-orange stone head of a woman with “snail-shell” hair curls, deeply incised, closed eyes with heavy ey...

Ca. 1368-1644 AD. Ming Dynasty. Reddish-orange sandstone head of a female Guanyin with an elaborate layered coiffure which is swept back over the ...

100-300 AD. Gandharan. Schist figure of a bodhisattva, backed by a halo, who stands, gazing serenely into the distance. He is dressed in an elegan...

100-300 AD. Gandharan. Life-size schist head of a bodhisattva, with elaborate coiffure featuring a topknot (Ushnisha) and carefully-detailed hairs...

100 – 300 AD. Gandharan. This majestic schist temple panel depicts a seated Buddha within a temple setting. Buddha, who wears a carefully-modelled...

100 – 300 AD. Gandhara. Seated schist figure of Buddha atop a square platform ornamented with floral motifs. The facial features are carefully mod...

100-300 AD. Gandharan. Superb life-size schist head of Buddha, with characteristic topknot (Ushnisha) and elongated, pendular ears. His forehead i...

100-300 AD. Gandharan. Majestic schist figure of Hercules and the Nemean Lion. In this rare type, Hercules is depicted as bearded and musclebound,...

100-300 AD. Gandharan. Life-size schist head of a bodhisattva, with elaborate coiffure featuring a topknot (Ushnisha), elaborate headpiece, heavy,...

C. AD 618-907. Tang Dynasty. A stone Buddha head with characteristic topknot (Ushnisha) and prominent, pendulous ears. His ears, below carefully i...

100-300 AD. Gandharan. Schist figure of Buddha atop an eagle. Buddha, backed by an intricately-incised halo, sits cross-legged with his hands arra...

300-500 AD. Gandharan. Over life-size stucco head of starving buddha, identified by his topknot (Ushnisha) and pendular ears. His carefully-modell...

100 – 300 AD. Gandharan. A stunning schist figure of a standing buddha figure. This excellent figure is backed by a halo and dressed in a flowing ...

100 – 300 AD. Gandharan. Schist figure of a seated Buddha atop a throne backed by a halo. Buddha wears an elaborate headpiece, heavy necklace, bra...

300-100 BC. Bactrian. Marble head of a woman, with elaborate coiffure, including topknot and flowing locks; a prominent jewel forms the focal poin...

100-300 AD. Gandharan. Schist figure of a bodhisattva, backed by a halo, who sits, gazing serenely into the distance. He is dressed in an elegant ...

C. AD 618-907. Tang Dynasty. Stone head of a male figure wearing a three-horned crown from which flow a series of elaborate locks. The eyes are sl...

300-500 AD. Gandharan. Painted stucco figure of Buddha dressed in a flowing yellow Kasaya (monastic robe). The head features thick, rich lips, an ...

100-300 AD. Gandharan. Schist figure of a kneeling, hunched worshipper on a square base. He holds a square vessel in both hands; a detailed robe i...

300-500 AD. Gandharan. Painted stucco figure of a Buddha backed by a circular halo. He wears an elaborately draped robe, picked out in red, and hi...

Ca. 1500-1644 AD. Late Ming Dynasty. Cream stone head of a female Guanyin with “snail-shell” hair curls, lightly closed eyes, large, droopy ears a...

100-300 AD. Gandharan. Schist head of Buddha, with characteristic topknot (Ushnisha) and elongated, pendular ears. His forehead is ornamented with...

Ca. 1500-1644 AD. Late Ming Dynasty. Cream stone head of a female Guanyin with coiffured hair including a prominent topknot, half-closed eyes, lar...

100-300 AD. Gandharan. Schist figure of a standing worshipper in high relief. He holds his hands in front of him, with his palms facing, a gesture...

C. 3rd millennium BC. Indus Valley Civilisation. Large cream-coloured painted vessel with an out-turned rim, bulbous body and a flat base. The ext...

C. 3rd millennium BC. Indus Valley Civilisation. Terracotta-coloured painted vessel with a biconical body and flat base. The exterior of the pot i...

C. 3rd millennium BC. Indus Valley Civilisation. Terracotta-coloured painted vessel with a hemispherical body, pronounced foot and flat base. The ...

C. 3rd millennium BC. Indus Valley Civilisation. Terracotta-coloured painted vessel with a conical body and flattened ring base. The exterior of t...

C. 3rd millennium BC. Indus Valley Civilisation. Terracotta-coloured painted vessel with a straight rim, rounded shoulder, conical body and flat b...

C. 3rd millennium BC. Indus Valley Civilisation. A group of four terracotta pots, two of which are on custom-made stands. (From left to right): un...

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