Tomb Figurines of Camels in Three-color Glaze

Classification
Ceramics
Place of production
China
Era century
Tang Period
Collector
Kyoto National Museum
This set of tomb figurines, produced during the height of the Tang dynasty (618-907), is said to have been excavated from the burial area of an aristocratic family of Loyang in Henan Province, China. They are regarded as part of a group of objects collected when many graves were destroyed as a result of railroad construction.

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