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Back of a Tang Dynasty mirror, Gold Foil over Bronze.

Foliated mirror with birds and floral scrolls late century Early or mid-Tang dynasty Cast bronze and applied gold plaque with repoussé, chased, and ring-punched decoration W: D: cm China Freer,

An Important Gold and Ivory Comb, Probably Tang Dynasty (618-907)  48,800.00$. 9cm wide. Decorated with fine filigree work on the both sides, inset with well polished malachite, the spine with small coral beads. Source: http://mossgreen.com.au/

Gold and Ivory Comb, Tang Dynasty, China Decorated with fine filigree work on the both sides, inset with well polished malachite, the spine with small coral beads.

Gold phoenix plaque inlaid with glass, Tang Dynasty. Miho Museum, Japan

Hair Accessories Provenance China Period China, Tang period Year to centuries Materials Gold with turquoise

A gold cup with eight musicians who are playing various instruments. Excavated in 1970 from a Tang Dynasty hoard, Hejiacun, southern suburbs of Xi’an City, 7th-10th century A.D.

Gold Cup with Eight Musicians -- Excavated in 1970 from a Tang Dynasty hoard, Hejiacun, southern suburbs of Xi’an City -- Centuries

This is a Tang Dynasty gold chalice that was originally used as a wine cup. It was created about 750 A.D. and excavated in 1957 from the Heija Village in Xian, China. The same excavation also yielded a small gold bowl with extremely similar markings and gold content, which is now on display at the Metropolitan Museum in New York.  Li Pu, one of the greatest Chinese poets, who wrote during the Tang Dynasty, frequently mentioned gold wine cups, using them as symbols of happiness and luxury.

China Tang Dynasty gold chalice, originally used as a wine cup, a symbol of happiness and luxury.About 750 A.

Ornament  Period: Tang dynasty (618–907) Culture: China Medium: Gold Classification: Jewelry

Ornament Period: Tang dynasty (618–907) Culture: China Medium: Gold Classification: Jewelry

This comes from China, Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD), and is made of beautifully carved jade and embossed gold foil. The Kajetan Fiedorowicz Collection.

This comes from China, Tang Dynasty AD), and is made of beautifully carved jade and embossed gold foil. The Kajetan Fiedorowicz Collection.

was an imperial dynasty of China preceded by the Sui dynasty and followed by the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period.

Today I welcome Jeannie Lin with a special guest post to celebrate the upcoming release of THE LOTUS PALACE . The Lotus Palace: El.

Gold crown of Princess Li Chui in Tang dynasty, conserved and restored under the cooperation of both Chinese and German archaeologists. This gold crown is beset with agate, pearl, turquoise, colored glaze, mother-of-pearl and so on. 唐代李倕公主金冠

Gold crown of Princess Li Chui in Tang dynasty, conserved and restored under the cooperation of both Chinese and German archaeologists. This gold crown is beset with agate, pearl, turquoise, colored.

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