Sancai-glazed Pottery Figure of a Horse, China, Tang dynasty, standing on four feet with its hind legs slightly bent, its head slightly turned to the left with the mouth open, its short tail curved upward (now chipped away), on a thin rectangular plinth, ht. 20 3/8 in.
multiple chips to tips of ears and tail, breakages to legs now repaired with the plinth with metal,
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