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Title
Figure
Object type Classification: NM3.12230
Description
English: Figure, earthenware, black dog in patterned leading harness around neck and waist, traces of gesso and pigments (old eth. catalogue card), reference to traces of gesso crossed out on applied arts catalogue card, illustrated in Chinese Art Catalogue -162. Tomb figure of dog with harness, earthenware. WEI. Traces of pigment. (gallery card)
Date Wei dynasty (0220 - 0265 AD)-Chinese Dynasty and Reign Periods; Jan 1944; Circa 0300 AD
Dimensions

length: 195mm
height: 130mm

notes: applied arts catalogue card
institution QS:P195,Q758657
Accession number
1944.19
place of creation China
Exhibition history Display: 8817
Credit line gift of Captain George A Humphreys-Davies, Kawakawa Bay, 1944 [H1], collection of Auckland War Memorial Museum, 1944.19, 27241, K642
Notes Museum Tag: Ancient worlds
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