The Eight Taoist Saints (Hand Made Pottery)

The artist was 劉泉. The set is in perfect condition.


Various sizes: the tallest figurine is about 10 inch tall. Widths and depths vary depending on the individual figurine.

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David U.

Mearto specialist

June 3, 2024
Fair Market Value:

Hello George, Thank you for choosing Mearto for your online appraisal. Based on the images and information: This item is a handcrafted pottery representation of The Eight Taoist Saints, skillfully crafted by the artist Liu Quan. The Eight Taoist Saints, also known as the Eight Immortals, are legendary figures in Chinese mythology, each symbolizing a different aspect of life and possessing unique magical powers. They are a popular subject in Chinese art and folklore, representing longevity, prosperity, and good fortune. Liu Quan has demonstrated exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail in creating this intricate pottery piece. The depiction of each of the Eight Taoist Saints is rendered with precision and artistic flair, capturing their individual characteristics and attributes. The use of handcrafted pottery adds a rustic and authentic charm to the artwork, reflecting traditional Chinese artistic techniques and aesthetics. Retail prices may vary