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From Neolithic to the Qing Dynasty, China has had perhaps the longest and most varied tradition in pottery than any other culture. Between 500 - 1000 AD vessels were made of earthenware for utilitarian purposes but also together with sculptural objects used to adorn tombs to ensure one's status in the afterlife. The objects took the form of everyday items, from the humble to the magnificent.


Painted Earthenware Horse


Painted Earthenware ‘Black Warrior of the North’

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Painted Grey Earthenware Guardians

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Painted Earthenware Dog

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