Important South African and International Art, Decorative Arts & Jewellery

including Paintings from the Labia Family Collection and the Late Peter and Regina Strack Collection

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Lot 222

A sancai-glazed pottery figure of a Bactrian camel, Tang Dynasty, 618-907
standing four-square on a rectangular base, its head turned slightly to one side, the unglazed firing cracks, glaze fritting chips, with restorations, 65cm high

Sold for R 50 000
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 56 900

Estimate R 60 000 - 80 000


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Accompanied by a Thermoluminescence Certificate from the Oxford University, Laboratory number 766a64, 24th August 1994.



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