Large Terracotta Soldier. The General. Statue. Wood Box. China
A reproduction of one of the thousands of terra cotta soldiers from the famous underground Chinese army tomb uncovered in 1974.
The tomb held this army on behalf of China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang, who died on Sept. 10, 210 B.C.
This piece was made in Xi’an – in the Shaanxi Province – in the 1970s.
In good condition with a minor repair to the General’s hand. Comes in a wood box. Stands not included.