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20 dragon tiles Shanxi Province China Ming dynasty 15th16th

20 dragon tiles Shanxi Province China Ming dynasty 15th16th

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20 dragon tiles, Shanxi Province, China Ming dynasty, 15th-16th century. In the British Museum

Group of twenty glazed ceramic tiles, originally from two buildings, Ming dynasty, 15th-16th century. © The Trustees of the British Museum.

Pair of Ming Glazed Temple Wall Tiles Depicting a Dragon - Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Collection: Chinese Medium: Glazed Terracotta Location: ...

Pair of Ming Glazed Terracotta Temple Wall Tiles Depicting a Dragon - Barakat Gallery Store

London, England: British Museum: dragon tiles, detail (15th-16th c

Dragon Tiles China Ming Dynasty (1400-1600) These lead-glazed ceramic tiles were once part of a temple roof in northern China. Dragons are symbolic of rain ...

This photo was taken at the British Museum and does show some dragon tiles from Ming Dynasty ( Shanxi Province , China - Century).

Leadglazed stoneware dragon tiles from the Shanxi Province China Dated 15th Century

China, Shanxi, Datong, wall of nine dragons Tile

Pair of Ming Glazed Terracotta Temple Wall Tiles Depicting a Dragon - X.0264 Origin: China Circa: 1368 AD to 1644 AD Dimensions: 15.5" (39.4cm) high x 48" ...

Roof-ridge ornament, Yuan dynasty (c.1271-1368), glazed

Pair of Chinese Ming Dynasty Dragon Roof Tiles

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A pair of turquoise-glazed Chinese roof tiles Ming Dynasty

Ceramic wall tiles in the Cultural Center in Hong Kong depict a dragon playing with a

Ceramic Roof Tile

A PAIR OF EXTREMELY RARE DRAGON-FORMED ARCHITECTURAL MEMBERS Ming Dynasty 1. H… Evil SpiritsRoof TilesChinese ...

Pair Of Chinese Ming Dynasty Dragon Roof Tiles

20 dragon tiles, Shanxi Province, China Ming dynasty, 15th-16th century. In the British Museum | Ars Longa | Pinterest | British museum, 16th century and ...

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20 dragon tiles, ceramic. Shanxi province, Ming dynasty, 15th-16th century. Height: 39.00 cm Width: 244.00 cm. Donated by Sir Joseph Hotung © The Trustees ...

A BRONZE DRAGON-HANDLED VASE -- SONG DYNASTY the pear-shaped body rising from a splayed foot and flanked by a pair of handles cast in the form of dragon ...

A large blue and white 'dragon' dish, Ming dynasty, late 15th/

20 dragon tiles, ceramic. Shanxi province, Ming dynasty, 15th-16th century. Height: 39.00 cm Width: 244.00 cm. Donated by Sir Joseph Hotung © The Trustees ...

A very large and rare cloisonné enamel Imperial dragon charger, China, Ming dynasty:

Ming Glazed Terracotta Architectural Sculpture of a Dragon Fish

Blue-and-White Moonflask with Dragon and Wave Design, Ming Dynasty, Yongle

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Gold crown with phoenix and floral motifs, Ming Dynasty period. Collection of Hubei Province

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A monumental Sancai glazed ceramic figure of a Daoist Deity, China, Ming Dynasty

A large Longquan celadon jar, Yuan-Early Ming dynasty, 14th century

20 dragon tiles, ceramic. Shanxi province, Ming dynasty, 15th-16th century. Height: 39.00 cm Width: 244.00 cm. Donated by Sir Joseph Hotung © The Trustees ...

Panel with Dragon Period: Ming dynasty Date: century Culture: China Medium: Silk, feather, and metallic thread embroidery on silk gauze

LARGE PAIR OF CHINESE DRAGON ROOF TILES

Dragon Ming Dynasty - the Glorious Age of Chinese jade

Black box with mother-of-pearl inlay, China, 16th century. © The Trustees of the British Museum.

Fahua Ware | Ming Dynasty ZhengDe Reign Fahua Coloring Porcelain Pot with Dragon Pattern

A rare blue and white 'dragon' vase, Tianqiuping, China, Ming dynasty

Rare Yuan Dynasty Sapphire Blue Yuhuchun Dragon vase. H 13 in. This is a rare…

Fine Beautiful Chinese Huge Green glaze porcelain carving Dragon Vase

Seated Water Moon Guanyin Ming Dynasty Shanxi Province 1385 CE Wood with gesso

20 dragon tiles, ceramic. Shanxi province, Ming dynasty, 15th-16th century. Height: 39.00 cm Width: 244.00 cm. Donated by Sir Joseph Hotung © The Trustees ...

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Ming Pottery Ridge-Tile of a Pig-Headed Man. Tile-Work Type Ming Pottery, Probably From Shanxi Province. This Well Modelled Ming Tile Has a Lot of Hand-Work ...

20 dragon tiles, Shanxi Province, China Ming dynasty, 15th-16th century. In the British Museum | Ars Longa | Pinterest | British museum, 16th century and ...

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Five Colored and Blue Underglaze Decoration Porcelain Square Flat Vase With Sea Dragon Pattern Ming Dynasty -JiaJing Reign

Gold headgear inlaid with ruby, Ming Dynasty. Collection of Jiangning Museum, Jiangsu Province

Blue silk skirt embroidered with dragons Northern China, Liao Dynasty, 1st half of the

Lead-glazed stoneware dragon tiles, from the Shanxi Province, China. Dated 15th

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Ornamental gold dragon in style zentangle. Vector format

Blue-and-White covered meiping with Dragon among Clouds Design, Ming Dynasty ,

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Artifact of Ming Dynasty empress's crown Chinese Imperial Queen's Headdress (Ming Dynasty) Blue tian-tsui leaves and birds, gold dragons, pearls, ...

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A finely painted and rare blue and white 'Fruit' meiping, Ming dynasty,

Head of a Boddhisattva Period: Ming dynasty Arielle Gabriel writes about miracles and travel in The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles also free China ...

20 dragon tiles, Shanxi Province, China Ming dynasty, 15th-16th century. In the British Museum | Ars Longa | Pinterest | British museum, 16th century and ...

Well-deserving of its UNESCO World Heritage Site status, the village of Chengkan in Anhui Province is a perfect place to see distinctive Ming Dynasty ...

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Incense burner in the form of a lion. China, Ming dynasty (1368 -

595: CHINESE MING DYNASTY GLAZED POTTERY OLIVE OIL VASE on

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Ming Dynasty porcelain box

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Roof Tile (Ming dynasty)

Ming Dynasty roof tiles with zodiac creatures

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Sixth Rank Civil Official Rank Badge (China), Ming dynasty, 1368–1644

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20 dragon tiles, ceramic. Shanxi province, Ming dynasty, 15th-16th century. Height: 39.00 cm Width: 244.00 cm. Donated by Sir Joseph Hotung © The Trustees ...

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Ming Glazed Terracotta Architectural Sculpture of a Dragon China 1368 AD to 1644 AD

A Fine Chinese Ming Blue and White Porcelain Dish, the center interior decorated with a

Blue-and-White Ewer with European silver-gilt mounts, ca. 1630-1644, Ming dynasty (1368 – 1644)

(Ming dynasty) Parade Gold Helmet of Emperor Wanli (萬曆皇帝), Ming dynasty, China.

Han Dynasty dragon from Mawangdui tomb c.168 BC. Image from Zhongguo kao gu

An Extremely Rare And Exceptionally Large Blue And White Jar, Shiliuzun, Ming Dynasty, Hongwu Period

Exhibition of Opera Brick Carvings of the Jin Dynasty in Shanxi - Chinese Museums Association Exhibition

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Chest Chinese, Late Ming dynasty, about 1600

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