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Three large Chinese Sancai glazed Buddhist temple lions. Includes one pair of lions (also called foo dogs), atop plinths, 11"H overall, and one large, colorfully glazed lion or dragon figure with bared fangs and floral festoons, clutching a pearl under his paw, with detached saddle. 18-1/4" H x 7"W x 17"L. Circa 1900. Provenance: private Nashville collection, acquired by consignor's grandmother in the early 20th century. CONDITION: Large lion has detached saddle with chips at top of it and also on the lion's hip, small chips at tip of one ear and tip of fang; other lions have some small glaze imperfections and tiny edge chips.