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Lot 17


Han, the recumbent animal with well-modelled features covered in a red pigment with black and white highlights, in two parts, 42cm high

Provenance: The family of the late John Walden (born 1926), a noted collector and member of the OCS from the early 1950's.

With an Oxford Authentication Certificate (TL Testing Sample C123h31) dated June 2023 stating that "the sample yielded a result consistent with manufacture during the Han Dynasty".

Duke’s reserve the right to request a 5% deposit of the hammer price to be paid within 24 hours of receipt of the invoice.
Condition Report: click here
Estimate: £500 - £1,000
Hammer price: £700
Bidding ended. Lot has been sold.

Generally in good condition consistent with the age of the object, losses including the ears and a hole in the back of the head. some deterioration to the extremities. The coloured pigments worn in places but generally presents well and is extremely deocrative. 

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