Two unglazed burnished earthenware figurines in the form of robed and hooded dancers. One figurine is presented with both arms extended and other with its left arm raised and right arm held behind its back. Robed bodies of both figurines are painted in black pigment; stylised faces of each figurine are painted in red pigment.
Still Image Item Type Metadata
94x90 mm (l x w)
Museum Ac. No.
C1956.206; C1956.206a, C1956.206b.
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Warring States Period (475-221B.C.), copy
“Ceramic: figures,” China, Art and Cultural Diplomacy, accessed March 28, 2023, http://www.rewialleyart.nz/items/show/1161.