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Pair of Han Duck Vessels, 206 BCE-221

Painted Terracotta
13 × 9 in
33 × 22.9 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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These highly unusual vessels are funerary containers, that were interred with a deceased person of …

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These highly unusual vessels are funerary containers, that were interred with a deceased person of considerable social standing in order to aid their passage into the hereafter. The Han period is known for extensive sociopolitical change followed by stability, leading to the foundations of what is now recognised to be …

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These highly unusual vessels are funerary containers, that were interred with a deceased person of …

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These highly unusual vessels are funerary containers, that were interred with a deceased person of considerable social standing in order to aid their passage into the hereafter. The Han period is known for extensive sociopolitical change followed by stability, leading to the foundations of what is now recognised to be …

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Unknown Chinese

Pair of Han Duck Vessels, 206 BCE-221

Painted Terracotta
13 × 9 in
33 × 22.9 cm
Unique
Contact For Price
location
West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, London, Seoul, Hong Kong
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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