Ancient Chinese Pottery Camel, Tang Dynasty
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Authentic ancient Chinese Terracotta pottery figure of the Bactrian camel, Tang Dynasty period (618-907 AD). DETAILS: Well modeled, standing with its head raised, long curving neck and twin humps.
CONDITION: the camel is in good condition considering its age except for one leg was broken and repaired, fading colour, abrasions and small chips.
MEASUREMENTS: Height: 38 cm (15 in). Length: 30 cm (12 in). During the Tang Dynasty the popularity of the camel as a funerary object increased dramatically. Camels became a regular feature in the cities and towns along the Silk Road and came to symbolize wealth through the trade goods they carried on their backs. The Bactrian or two-humped camel has become associated with the tomb sculpture of the Tang Dynasty.
Due to the fact that the market is flooded by reproductions of Chinese antiques we would like to inform our clients that all our artifacts are 100% authentic antiques, not reproductions, and Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity
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- 618-907 AD
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