Condition:, 2 haircracks neatly restored one issuing from a firecrack both neatly restored and sealed. Consequently, potters during this period utilised the resources available to them, including less refined clay which results in irregular shaping. The seventh animal of the Chinese zodiac and symbol of strength and speed, the horse was an important part of Chinese mythology and culture during the Tang dynasty (618-906 AD), during which time pottery models of horses were frequently included in high-ranking burials.
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