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MONEY TREE,  China, Sichuan, eastern Han dynasty.  Bronze and ceramics.   H 135 cm.     CHF 80 000 / 120 000

MONEY TREE, China, Sichuan, eastern Han dynasty. Bronze and ceramics. H 135 cm. CHF 80 000 / 120 000

Bronze mirror of the Warring States Period.  The Bronze Mirrors of the Warring States Period are mainly round ones, decorated by double layer lines of mountains, animals, flowers and leave.

Bronze mirror of the Warring States Period. The Bronze Mirrors of the Warring States Period are mainly round ones, decorated by double layer lines of mountains, animals, flowers and leave.

A Rare and Important Sancai-Glazed Pottery Figure Of A Court Lady, Tang Dynasty

A Rare and Important Sancai-Glazed Pottery Figure Of A Court Lady, Tang Dynasty

China, Plaque Ornament of a Feline Dragon, Han Dynasty, 206 BCE - 220 CE. Jade

China, Plaque Ornament of a Feline Dragon, Han Dynasty, 206 BCE - 220 CE. Jade

Coupes Chine, Dynastie Han (206 av. – 220 apr. J.‐C.), Bronze, or, turquoise H. : 11.2cm L. 9.5 cm

Coupes Chine, Dynastie Han (206 av. – 220 apr. J.‐C.), Bronze, or, turquoise H. : 11.2cm L. 9.5 cm

Bronze seated dragon, Jin Dynasty (1115-1234 AD). Collection of Heilongjiang Province Museum

Bronze seated dragon, Jin Dynasty (1115-1234 AD). Collection of Heilongjiang Province Museum

Zun, bronze, late 14th-13th century BCE, China. Minneapolis Institute of Arts. The "Pillsbury Owl" is the oldest and most naturalistic of the few remaining owl-shaped zun. Standing near the beginning of the Anyang period (1400-1027 BCE), it represents a charming, though seldom practiced and short-lived tradition of casting ceremonial vessels in the shapes of animals.

Zun, bronze, late 14th-13th century BCE, China. Minneapolis Institute of Arts. The "Pillsbury Owl" is the oldest and most naturalistic of the few remaining owl-shaped zun. Standing near the beginning of the Anyang period (1400-1027 BCE), it represents a charming, though seldom practiced and short-lived tradition of casting ceremonial vessels in the shapes of animals.

Persia. Bactrian Camel, Riders, and Dogs, early Tang Dynasty.

Persia. Bactrian Camel, Riders, and Dogs, early Tang Dynasty.

Jade Pendant in the Shape of Three Acrobats 4th century BC - Zhou dynasty, Warring States period, China.

Jade Pendant in the Shape of Three Acrobats 4th century BC - Zhou dynasty, Warring States period, China.

Bronze horse rider, Han Dynasty.

Bronze horse rider, Han Dynasty.

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