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Herald, representado por el sombrero y la trompeta de su oficial de pavo real.  Viste la armadura brigandine estándar de la era Ming tarde.

Herald, representado por el sombrero y la trompeta de su oficial de pavo real. Viste la armadura brigandine estándar de la era Ming tarde.

Dung-ChenDung-Chen Period: Ming Dynasty Date: 1368–1644 Geography: China Medium: Brass, copper, cloisonné Dimensions: L. 188 cm (74 in.); Diam. 30.6 cm (12 in.) Classification: Aerophone-Lip Vibrated-trumpet / trombone

Dung-ChenDung-Chen Period: Ming Dynasty Date: 1368–1644 Geography: China Medium: Brass, copper, cloisonné Dimensions: L. 188 cm (74 in.); Diam. 30.6 cm (12 in.) Classification: Aerophone-Lip Vibrated-trumpet / trombone

A CELADON-GLAZED LONGQUAN VASE MING DYNASTY The baluster body and neck boldly carved with floral sprays issuing from broad curling leaves, all framed between a band of upward leaf lappets at the foot and stepped rings at the trumpet neck, the glaze of a rich sea-green tone. 17 3/4 in. (45.09 cm) tall.

A CELADON-GLAZED LONGQUAN VASE MING DYNASTY The baluster body and neck boldly carved with floral sprays issuing from broad curling leaves, all framed between a band of upward leaf lappets at the foot and stepped rings at the trumpet neck, the glaze of a rich sea-green tone. 17 3/4 in. (45.09 cm) tall.

A rare Longquan celadon trumpet-necked baluster vase, China, Yuan-early Ming dynasty

A rare Longquan celadon trumpet-necked baluster vase, China, Yuan-early Ming dynasty

Dung Chen Period: Ming Dynasty Date: 1368–1644 Geography: China Culture: Chinese Medium: Cloisonne brass

Dung Chen Period: Ming Dynasty Date: 1368–1644 Geography: China Culture: Chinese Medium: Cloisonne brass

Chinese Blue-and-White Porcelain Xuangde Mark yuhuchungping vase with small, medium, and large bubbles, some broken and consistent with xuande. Chinese underglaze blue decorated vase, the pear shaped body painted with a pair of writhing dragons amid cloud scrolls and bearing an apocryphal Ming Xuande mark below the register, all complemented by a pair of stylized phoenixes, the small trumpet mouth encircled by stiff leaf band H: 19"

Chinese Blue-and-White Porcelain Xuangde Mark yuhuchungping vase with small, medium, and large bubbles, some broken and consistent with xuande. Chinese underglaze blue decorated vase, the pear shaped body painted with a pair of writhing dragons amid cloud scrolls and bearing an apocryphal Ming Xuande mark below the register, all complemented by a pair of stylized phoenixes, the small trumpet mouth encircled by stiff leaf band H: 19"

A Very Rare and Finely Potted Blue-Glazed Ewer Tang Dynasty the elegant pear-shaped body rising from a short spreading foot to a trumpet neck and everted flat rim, the shoulder set to one side with a strap handle and to the other with a short cylindrical spout, covered overall in a rich cobalt-blue glaze falling short of the foot to reveal the pale buff body 21.5cm., 8 1/2 in.

A Very Rare and Finely Potted Blue-Glazed Ewer Tang Dynasty the elegant pear-shaped body rising from a short spreading foot to a trumpet neck and everted flat rim, the shoulder set to one side with a strap handle and to the other with a short cylindrical spout, covered overall in a rich cobalt-blue glaze falling short of the foot to reveal the pale buff body 21.5cm., 8 1/2 in.

Herald, signified by his peacock officer's hat and trumpet. Wears the standard brigandine armor of the late Ming era.  http://dragonsarmory.blogspot.com/

Herald, signified by his peacock officer's hat and trumpet. Wears the standard brigandine armor of the late Ming era. http://dragonsarmory.blogspot.com/

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