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A Pair of Ming Dynasty Glazed Dragon Temple Tiles, 1368-1644

Glazed Terracotta
48 × 32 in
121.9 × 81.3 cm
Unique
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West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, London, Seoul, Hong Kong
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Barakat Gallery
West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, +3 more
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Glazed sculptural tiles are today considered one of the hallmarks of classical Chinese …

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Glazed sculptural tiles are today considered one of the hallmarks of classical Chinese architecture. However, despite their popularity in modern times, they were relatively scarce until after the end of the Tang Dynasty. Even then, during the Song and Yuan Dynasties, they were still infrequently used. It was not until …

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Glazed sculptural tiles are today considered one of the hallmarks of classical Chinese …

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Glazed sculptural tiles are today considered one of the hallmarks of classical Chinese architecture. However, despite their popularity in modern times, they were relatively scarce until after the end of the Tang Dynasty. Even then, during the Song and Yuan Dynasties, they were still infrequently used. It was not until …

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Unknown Chinese

A Pair of Ming Dynasty Glazed Dragon Temple Tiles, 1368-1644

Glazed Terracotta
48 × 32 in
121.9 × 81.3 cm
Unique
Contact For Price
location
West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, London, Seoul, Hong Kong
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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