A GILT CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL HEAD OF A HORSE, REPUBLIC
China, 1912-1949. The horse’s mane, ears, and mouth gilt, showing archaistic cloisonné decorations with phoenixes amongst various borders, stylized clouds, and vines.
Condition: Good condition with minor stress areas and small old fillings around the ears, minor losses, and traces of wear, extensive patina to the base.
Provenance: Austrian private collection.
Weight: 3,494 g.
Dimensions: Height 33.5 cm.