Price: 3500 DKK.
Gravefigures is a tradition originating from the first chinese emperor Qin She Huang. The figures were a symbol of status and were supposed to protect and help the owner in the afterlife. This soldier is carrying two maces while riding a large horse. The tail is broken.
This soldier on his horse is holding a mace in each hand. His purpose was to protect the dead in the next life.
The figure is painted with a beautiful combination of lightblue and darkblue.
Year: 1368 a.d. - 1644 a.d., Ming-Dynasty
Condtion: Very good
Height: 30 cm
Length: 24.3 cm
Width: 10.7 cm
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