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Carved ivory late 1700s Chin Dynasty

Carved ivory late 1700s Chin Dynasty
Carved ivory late 1700s Chin Dynasty
Carved ivory late 1700s Chin Dynasty
Carved ivory late 1700s Chin Dynasty

We had the statutes tested and they are ivory. Below is what was written about them:

Late 1700's

Chin Dynasty (last Chinese dynasty)

Peak of the empire

Manchurian, Thailand, Vietnam

Chen Loom King. Fourth king of the Chin Dynasty

It's ivory.

Woman, one of faces of Buddha.

It symbolizes mercy.

Peacock = peace

Category: 
Asian Art
Condition: 
Good
Medium: 
Ivory
Distinguishing marks: 
Chinese lettering underneath
Date Period: 
Late 1700's
Size and dimensions of this item: 
11" x 3" each
Weight: 
each statute is 1 pound
History: 
These statutes were purchased in Argentina during an Estate Sale. They were tested as ivory carvings from the Chin Dynasty
For Sale?: 
No

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