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Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand


Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand

Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand   Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand

Welcome to my sale of antique collectables that have come from my parent's collection. My mum and dad were antique dealers and so many of these items have been in the family for years. Please don't take my descriptions as a guarantee as my opinion is just there for some guidance.

The guarantee I can give is that none of the items I sell are fake. Some wear and loss to paint. That ruled from 618 to 907, with an. It was preceded by the. Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. Historians generally regard the Tang as a high point in Chinese civilization, and a. Tang territory, acquired through the military campaigns of its early rulers, rivaled that of the. Phillip Allen was born in Birmingham in 1938. He started collecting antiques at the young age of 12 after being influenced by his aunt and uncle. Phillip was an avid reader and was always keen to expand his knowledge. He spent his career at Birmingham Central Library where he was initially the head of language and literature and later moved to become the head of the history and geography departments. During the 1960's and 70's he spent time in Iran where he made many friends and gained a lasting respect for Persian culture and cuisine. During his retirement, Phillip became the traveller organiser for the OCS and arranged various trips for members in the UK and abroad. He also worked for the Sir Victor Sassoon Ivories Trust, becoming its honorary secretary, and was instrumental in organising their bequest to the British Museum. Along with Rose Kerr and Shih Ching-fei, Phillip spent two years working on a catalogue of the Sassoon collection, which was photographed by Phillip's friend Shahid Amin.
Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand   Chinese Tang dynasty terracotta Pottery tomb model of a boxer on modern stand