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Pair of sancai glazed figures of temple attendants.
Dating from the late Ming Dynasty, circa 1600.
Material: earthenware coated with glazes in three colours.
Height: 46cm ≈ 18.1in
Weight of one figure ≈ 2130g
Condition: visible wear to glaze on the male figure, also the male head has chipped top and its neck is damaged on the bottom - it requires a minor repair to make sure it can sit firmly on the body.
This pair looks absolutely stunning in all kinds of interiors, especially when mixed with contemporary designs.