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Antiquities — McKenzies Auctioneers


Auction House:McKenzies Auctioneers
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:16
Prices available:16

*** A Chinese Pottery Warhorse figure northern QI Dynasty (550-577 AD) well detailed figure of a Northern Qi Dynasty warhorse, earthenware with traces of original pigment. Height 43.5 cm. Length 32 cm. note: with University of Wollongong T.L. Test report ***
*** Tang Dynasty polo pony and rider 618 - 906 AD. Height 38 cm. Length 36 cm, on customised acrylic stand. note: with University of Wollongong Thermoluminescence laboratory report ***
*** A rare set of four Tang Dynasty court musicians, 'The Empress', Tang Dynasty 618-907, the musicians are designed to indicate being of service to the empress, evidenced by the phoenix, headdress of all four musicians, all musicians in good condition showing good traces, of original colour. Note: with custom made black perspex stand. Height 24 cm. Note: with Thermoluminescence certificate from the University of Wollongong N.S.W.-TL W4708 ***
*** An early Tang Dynasty ceramic camel, circa 618 û 906AD, with certificate, University of Woolongong, thermo luminescence report (tested). Height 37 cm ***
*** A Chinese pottery figure northern Dynasties period (385 and 598AD) well detailed standing figure of a guard earthenware with traces of original pigment height: 34 cm ***
*** A Chinese pottery Tang figure tang Dynasties period (618 and 907AD) well detailed figure of 'Tang Fat Lady' earthenware with traces of original pigment height: 38 cm ***
*** A Chinese carved jade (most likely nephrite) Prancing horse standing upon a sparrow, Han Dynasty (c.100AD) ***
*** Chinese Northern Wei guard figure with shield Northern Dynasty 386 and 589 AD terracotta. Height 26 cm ***
*** A Tang Dynasty tile mounted camel (618-906AD), with 2013 Thermoluminscence laboratory (TL) test: University of Wollongong. Height 40 cm (stand not included) ***
*** Rare Han Dynasty dancer BC 206 and 220 AD grey terracotta, with traces of original pigments. Height 30 cm ***
*** A New Kingdom Limestone wall fragment (Egypt), depicting a sistrum and the face of the goddess Hathor.-1,000BC. Note: the eyes have been chipped Off to prevent the deceased from reaching the afterlife ***
*** Fragment of an Anthropoid Coffin (Egypt) 3rd Intermediate period, circa 21st dynasty (1069BC - 945BC). Painted and gessoed wood. Height 28.5 cm. width 31 cm Reference: L. M. Berman and K. J. Bohac, 'The. Cleveland Museum of Art Catalogue of Egyptian. Art', 1999 ***
*** A Tang Dynasty fat lady (618-906AD), with 2011. Thermoluminscence laboratory (TL) test: University of Wollongong. Height 37.5 cm (stand not included) ***
*** A faience ushabti, Egypt, late period (664 - 332BC), the light green over-glaze with impressed hieroglyphics, each hand holding an agricultural implement and with a seed bag slung over the left shoulder. With stand ***
*** Funerary statuette painted and gessoed wood (Egypt) 1st Millennium BC. Height 52 cm ***
*** An Islamic stone tablet with Cuffic script, c. 900-1,100 AD mounted on a customised stand 28 cm x 20 cm ***

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