Consignment: Han Dynasty (206BC - 220AD) grey pot with painted linear decoration and banded low relief design on the shoulder; wax export seal.
Consignment: Neolithic (2500BC) painted wide mouth pot with two handles has black designs over red matte surface.
Consignment: Western Han Dynasty (206BC - 25AD) painted cocoon flask with over 70% of the design intact, swirls of green and orange with margins of red.
Consignment: Eastern Han Dynasty (25 - 220AD) Sichuan pottery figure of dancer with raised arm, still retains remnants of red paint; part of a tomb accoutrements.
Consignment: Tang Dynasty (618 - 907) red clay kneeling camel with Devil's Mask saddle bags protecting rolled documents from thieves.
Consignment: Tang Dynasty (618 - 0907) pottery horse and rider with expressive face, some remnants of red paint on rider and saddle.
Consignment: Three Kingdoms Period (220 - 280) pottery model of a house boat, one figure stands at the edge of the interior entrance, remnants of red and blue paint, sits on a wooden base.
Consignment: Neolithic Xiandian Culture (1500 - 1000BC) pottery burial vessel has black painted designs along the rim, neck, shoulders down to the two handles and below.
Consignment: Western Han (206BC - 25AD) Hu shaped painted grey clay wine vessel with lid has decorative white abstract and geometric shapes across the body and neck.
Consignment: Tang Dynasty (618 - 907) ritual bronze Zun shaped wine vessel has white crackle glaze with splashes of turquoise, nail head decoration along the shoulder.
Consignment: Eastern Han Dynasty ( 25 - 220AD) pottery figure of a kneeling servant, some remnants of paint still remain; part of a tomb accoutrements.