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Chinese Sung Dynasty Qingbai Funerary Urn
Located in Scottsdale, AZ
Fine celedon glazed funerary urn. Decorated with attendants, a dragon and clouds. Chinese, Sung Dynasty (1127-1279).
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Antique 15th Century and Earlier Chinese Antiquities

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Pottery

Impressive Terracotta Funerary Procession - Ming Dynasty, China '1368-1644 AD'
Located in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon
Impressive Funeral Ensamble of 10 Terracotta Glazed Figures in green and caramel colors depicting a votive procession with a palanquin, his four carriers, a horse, a stableman, two m...
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Antique 15th Century and Earlier Chinese Ming Antiquities

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Terracotta

Chinese Song Dynasty Glazed Porcelain Funerary Vase with Ritual Attendant
Located in Yonkers, NY
A Chinese Song Dynasty (10th to 13th century) off white glazed porcelain funerary vase with female ritual attendant. Born in China during the Song Dynasty that introduced banknotes t...
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Antique 15th Century and Earlier Chinese Ceramics

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Porcelain

18th Century Chinese Glazed Pottery Hunping or Funerary Urn, Poss. Song Dynasty
Located in Atlanta, GA
18th century or earlier Chinese glazed pottery hunping or funerary urn, possibly Song Dynasty Qingbai ware.
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Antique 18th Century Chinese Ceramics

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Pottery

Early 20th Century Han Style Female Tomb or Funerary Pottery Figure
Located in Topeka, KS
Wonderful 20th century example of Han Dynasty female funerary or tomb figure. In great vintage condition. This very finely crafted Han-style tomb figure or funerary statue will ma...
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20th Century Chinese Han Sculptures and Carvings

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Clay

Pair of Chinese Funerary Jars Mounted as Lamps
Located in Kilmarnock, VA
Pair of Funerary Jars mounted on lucite bases as lamps. Great crackle glaze to the jars.
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Early 20th Century Chinese Table Lamps

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Brass

Han Period Funerary Granary
Located in Pasadena, CA
Funerary granary from the Han period; circa 206 -220 AD. 18.5 inches high, used perhaps to store grain in a tomb to accompany a deceased individual on their journey in the afterlife....
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Antique 15th Century and Earlier Chinese Han Antiquities

  • Han Period Funerary Granary
  • Han Period Funerary Granary
  • Han Period Funerary Granary
  • Han Period Funerary Granary
H 18.5 in. Dm 12 in.
Tang Dynasty Funerary Ferghana Horse
Located in New Orleans, LA
This incredibly rare and large sancai pottery funerary figure of the fabled Ferghana horse dates back to nearly 1,500 years to the "golden age" of Chinese ceramic craftsmanship. This...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier Chinese Antiquities

Pair of Western Jin Dynasty Funerary Jars
Located in Dallas, TX
Beautiful Pair of Western Jin Dynasty-style Yue Ware Funerary Jars
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Chinese Antiquities

Pair of Yingquing Funerary Jars Mounted as Lamps
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Slender ovoidal body surmounted by a tall neck encircled with bands of modeled figures - dragons, birds and mythical creatures; pierced and mounted on wood bases as lamps.
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier Chinese Table Lamps

Chinese Han Dynasty Funerary Vase circa 202 BC-200 AD with Mineral Deposits
Located in Yonkers, NY
A Chinese Han Dynasty two-toned terracotta funerary vase circa 202 BC-200 AD, with mineral deposits. Created in China during the prestigious Han Dynasty, this terracotta vase feature...
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Antique 15th Century and Earlier Chinese Han Antiquities

Materials

Terracotta

Chinese Funerary For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal Chinese funerary for your home. Each Chinese funerary for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using ceramic, pottery and terracotta. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect Chinese funerary — we have versions that date back to the 18th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. When you’re browsing for the right Chinese funerary, those designed in styles are of considerable interest.

How Much is a Chinese Funerary?

The average selling price for a Chinese funerary at 1stDibs is $2,500, while they’re typically $1,200 on the low end and $145,800 for the highest priced.