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The TT Tsui collection of Chinese ceramics

Introduction | History | Burial Rites and Mingqi | Spiritual Beliefs | Ceramics

 

List of works

 

The Neolithic Period
c.10,000 to 1,500 BC

Jar Late Yangshao period – Banshan type

 

Shang Dynasty – Zhou dynasty
c.16th to 11th centuries BC – c.1050 to 221 BC

Fu – ritual vessel Late western Zhou or early Spring and Autumn Period , 8th century BC

 

Han Dynasty
206 BC to 220 AD

Reclining dog 206 BC – 220 AD
Saddled horse 25–220
Hu – container 206 BC – 220 AD
Kneeling figure of a lady 206 BC – 8 AD
Duck-shaped vessel 206 BC – 9 AD
Male dancing figure 25–220

 

Three Kingdoms – Six Dynasties
220 to 589

Funerary jar Late Three Kingdoms period to early Western Jin dynasty, 266–300

 

Sui Dynasty
58 to 618

Saddled horse 581–618

 

Tang Dynasty
618 to 907 AD

Camel 8th–9th century
Camel 8th century
Standing horse 8th century
Standing court lady 8th century
Lokapala – guardian figure 618–906
Polo players 650–750
Horse and rider 618–906 AD
Horse and Barbarian rider 618–906 AD
Riding orchestra 618–907

 

Song Dynasty
960 to 1279 AD

Lidded funerary jar 907–1279
Pair of funerary urns late 11th – early 12th century
Head of the Buddha 906–1100

 

Ming Dynasty
1368 to 1644 AD

Head of an Immortal or official 1368–1644
Head of an official
14th–17th century
Head of an official 13th–17th century

 

Qing Dynasty
1644 to 1911

Balustre vase 1662–1722
Lidded vase 1736–1795