Height – 33,5 cm, width 39 cm.
Early to Mid Eastern Han Dynasty AD 25 – 220
Han House, extremely rare pottery house with overhanging gable roof which has a central ridge with lateral rows of round tile covers. There is a door in the middle of the house, to the left side of the door there is a round opening which supports six symmetrically openings, three are placed vertical and the other three are placed horizontal, the right side of the house with a seating bear supported beautifully carved and finely detail window.
* Note: Granaries of this type and style are most rare and examples can only be found in Henan Museum, China.
* Reference: Similar Granary was included in the exhibition, “Onder Dak in China”, Royal Museum of Art and History Brussels, September 28, 2007 – 20 April, 2008 catalogue, p. 62, nr. 28. See also Henan Museum, China
The result of the thermoluminescence test, is consistent with the dating of the item.