A pair of 15th or 16th century Ming turquoise glazed ceramic dragons. This pair of Chinese architectural temple dragons made during the 15th or 16th Century in a turquoise glazed ceramic is a great testimony of the Ming Dynasty ceramic. The tiles feature unglazed and perforated sides, showing that the tiles were meant to be placed within a wall. The main sides display bright turquoise glazed dragon faces, accented with black paint on the eyes.
The dragons showcase a great dynamism and attention to detail, which make this pair a great example of the exquisite Ming mastery of molded ceramic. This pair of glazed ceramic Ming dragons from the 15th - 16th century would be an uncommon touch in any room, and would no doubt be a tremendous conversation starter.
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