Sumerian terracotta statue of a standing bearded worshiper, with a naked torso, and hands clasped together in front in an attitude of devotion. He is wearing a calf length woolen skirt with six layers of tufted borders. Painted details of face done in light black paint. 2500 BC
Luristan. Black, terracotta drinking vessel with a ram’s head facing downward on one side and two feet on the bottom. 1200-800 BC
Ancient Greece. Stylized terracotta statue of a horseman riding his horse. Traces of red, brown and black.
Mycenaean, 1425-1330 BC
Ancient Egyptian glazed terracotta bowl with painted designs and an Eye of Horus on the inside center of the bowl. 1570-1342 BC
Ancient Greek. Terracotta vessel with two handles, a wide mouth, and linear designs painted with traces of brown and beige. Light earth patina.
As a symbol of wealth, prestige and status, the horse has been one of man's most useful animals for thousands of years. Sadigh Gallery's Asian horse statue collection features varying materials such as bronze, basalt, glass, polychrome and so much more.
Asian terracotta candlestick holder covered with a matte glaze, the lip has been broken and repaired; the base takes the form of a rooster. 1800’s AD
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