A massive pottery horse with separately made head and tail, standing on all fours and striding with its right hoof forward. Extended snout ends in parted lips showing teeth beneath in a braying attitude. Low relief bridle on face and well defined eyes. Raised mane down back of the neck. Reassembled from mostly large fragments with restoration over the break-lines and some new fill. Han Dynasty, China. Impressive Museum Masterpiece. Private NYC Collection.
Thermoluminescence certificate from Oxford Labs included.