Figure of man (perhaps the Immortal Zhang Guo Lao?), with saddled mule; oblong base. Made of porcelain with white and blue glazes, the stand and parts of the figure unglazed and painted with unfired red pigment, probably the medium for gilding.

An00010249 001 l

Thing

Made Of
porcelain
Type of Thing
figure-stand, ?, figure
Subject
animal
Techniques
glazed, painted

Place

Time

Made
1700, circa

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