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XXL & beautyful Ming Dynasty tomb female pottery figure, attendant, 63-64 cm - 14th-15th cent
An xxl superb 64 cm high female attendant carrying a mug in her hands. The figure is decorated with red, black and white pigmented colors. The glazed areas are held in dark blue and turqoise colors. It dates to the Ming Dynasty 1368-1644 AD.
Exceptional quality pottery figure with precise and detailed painting and glazing. The height and the fact that it's done in realistic life-like proportions makes this figure massive and heavy. The head was made seperately as always with the largest Ming Tomb figures.
This figure is among some of the largest figures known from the Ming Dynasty, and only a few percentage of the population could have afforded such lavish equipment, during the middle to later Ming Dynasty.
Condition: Superb. Finely preserved pigment on all details.
We have tested several of this group of figures (not this) at Ralf Kotallas lab and the group dates to c. 1500 . AD. See photos of some of the reports. All Ming items comes with COA and lifetime warranty for authenticity.
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