Color Ceramic statues of Cultural Revolution images are both astonishingly surreal and real. The surrealism derives from its reality in that some images are so vivid and brutal that one must question the reality of it, yet many of these statues were created directly from famous events (Commemoration of Mao swim the Yangzi river stock # C2212, for instance, or Mao and Lin Biao interviewing the CR army stock # C2132), that the images and poses were done to capture what would be a picture of that particular event. It's art imitating life, and an art form that had not been repeated since the Cultural Revolution in order to capture a particular political movement, perhaps due to its high production cost. It was said that during the Cultural Revolution, almost all productions were in a halt to make time for the study of Mao’s Thoughts, with the exception of the ceramic companies and the printing companies.
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Descriptions and Background of the Item
C2875
This vintage Mao Ze Dong and Yang Kai Hui color ceramic statue features Mao Ze Dong and his wife Yang Kai Hui together, during the early days of revolution. Yang Kai Hui, the second wife of Mao Ze Dong, they wed in 1921 and she was executed in 1930 by Kuomintang forces. This sculpture was likely produced after "Gang of Four" and Jiang Qing's trial. The Gang of Four was left to blame for the Cultural Revolution and specifically Jiang Qing, who was the last wife of Mao Ze Dong, was c ...click for details
C2874
This bronze Mao bust statue is measured 2.5" x 1.4" x 4" and was made shortly after the death of Mao Ze Dong. The engraving states "Comrade Mao Ze Dong, 1893 - 1976."
C2873
This vintage Mao bust statue is measured 4.75" w by 2.5" d by 5.5" t. The engraving on the base states the following: "The leader of the country, Mao Ze Dong."
C2872
This large vintage Mao bust is measured 6" x 3" x 7.25" T. Engraving on the base of the sculpture came from a poem pened by Mao Ze Dong, describing the long march of Red Army soldiers led by the Chinese communist Party.
C2871
This large vintage bronze Mao sculpture shows Mao sitting on a sofa chair. Well detailed and vintage in nature, this piece is meant to make a statement. Size: 8.5" deep by 11.5" wide by 13" tall.
C2870
This color ceramic statue shows Mao Ze Dong finishing up his swim in the Yang Zi river. Often considered a historical moment in the 1960s it marked Mao's come back to the center of political stage. This ceramic statue shows Mao Ze Dong in a white robe, waving at the people. A large piece with the same theme can be found in stock # C2212 and a poster showing the event can be located at stock # C2835.
C2869
This color ceramic statue captures a popular image of Mao Ze Dong heading to An Yuan during the Cultural Revolution. The story of Mao Ze Dong to An Yuan, "thus igniting the flame of revolution" was told and retold many times, albeit the story does not reflect the actual history, it was used as a strong propaganda image to praise Mao Ze Dong. This vivid depiction of a young Mao Ze Dong is quite eye catching with the green colored glaze. Size: 12" T by 4" W by 4" D.
C2693
This Cultural Revolution color ceramic statue features a sturdy woman farmer who is wearing and smiling, a reference to "woman can hold up half sky" coined by Mao Ze Dong, this statue shows the strength of a woman farmer who wears everyday work clothes and matching hairpiece, waving at people happily. A portrayal of the rise of the great proletarian class, this Cultural Revolution statue is measured 2" w x 4" d x 12" t.
C2692
This large and heavy Cultural Revolution color glazed ceramic statue shows two red guards and one steel worker struggling against one "foul" intellectual, as indicated by the dunce cap this kneeling down person was wearing. A gruesome reminder of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution era, this statue is a true depiction of this chaotic period of Chinese history. Size: 8" w x 8" d x 15" h.
C2665
Color Ceramic statue of Mao's bust with base engraving of "Great Leader and Guide Chairman Mao, 1893 - 1976." Bottom of the base is serial numbered. 6" x 3.5" x 11".
C2633
This large color ceramic sculpture features Mao in the army coat riding on a horse, a scene that is often associated with the Long March, climbing the icy mountain, where the Communist Leaders leading the army, in retreat. 13" x 6" x 17". shipping weight: 22 lbs.

C2631


Large vivid depiction of Chinese Communist Leader Chairman Mao in relaxed leisure outfit, holding a cigarette. 6" x 5" x 15".
C2629
Mao and two Young Pioneer children. Young boy is in the Young Pioneer solute pose. 8" x 5" x 12".
C2530
Vintage small standing Mao Ze Dong Bronze statue done in late 1970s in memory of Mao Ze Dong upon his death in 1976. Size: 2.5" X 2.5" x 8".
C2529
Titled "Exceed United States and United Kingdom", this ceramic statue features Chinese peasants riding on a rocket that has the red characters of "Chinese rocket" on it. The man riding on the rocket is seen holding a banner that says "Exceed United States and the United Kingdom". This is a very famous image that captured during The Great Leap Forward in the early to mid 50's. 14" x 5" x 14", 16 lbs.
C2450
This bronze Mao’s Bust features Mao’s head shot with engraving of Mao’s Poem that describes the beauty of the country. Produced in late 1960’s. Size: 8” by 5” by 10”. Weight: 7 lbs.
C2403
This is a statue of a factory worker holding a large brush, in the middle of a struggle session. Size: 8" by 3" by 11".
C2402
This is a statue of People's Liberation Army Soldier. Size: 5.5" by 3.5" by 13".
C2401
This Cultural Revolution Statue features an island red guard who is a head of the revolution committee. Size: 5" by 3.5" by 13".
C2399
This Cultural Revolution atatue features a statue of Liu Wen Xiu. A Farmer Red Guard. Size: 4" W by 3" D by 13".
C2398
This statue features a red army soldier, holding a gun. Size: 5" W by 4" D by 14" T.
C2331
This large Cultural Revolution statue features a red guard holding down a woman, who's wearing a white board that indicated that she is a "Counter Revolution Intellectual Expert" Size: 12" tall, 6" long, 4" wide. Net Weight: 8 pounds.
C2330
This color ceramics depicts a red guard dancing to the moves seen from Peking Opera, the Red Detachment Army. Size: 8" tall, 3.5" wide, 3.5" deep.
C2302

 

Cultural Revolution Statue - Mao in Chair

This Mao's bronze statue features Mao sitting on a sofa chair.
C2301

 

Cultural Revolution Statue - Female PLA

This Cultural Revolution statue features a female People's Liberation Army solider holding a field telephone. Size: 13" T by 5" W by 4 D
C2300

 

Cultural Revolution Statue Korean War Soldier

This Cultural Revolution statue features a Korean War Soldier, named Dong Chun Rui. He was named as a war hero for sacrificing himself by committing a suicide bombing mission to a U.S. army base. The statue features him holding a bomb. Size: 13" T by 5" W by 3.5" D.
C2299

 

Cultural Revolution Statue Female Farmer

This statue features a female farmer holding a bucket of paste and a brush, on her way to put on a big letter post. Size: 13" T by 5.5" W by 4" D.
C2264

 

Korean War PLA Soldier Statue

This Cultural Revolution Statue features a People's Liberation Army soldier in Korean War outfit. During the Korean War, Chinese government sent hundreds of thousands of PLA soldiers to fight with the North Koreans. This sculpture was made in memory of this war and the PLA heros. Size: 10" T by 5" W by 4" D.
C2263

 

Cultural Revolution Statue - Female Red Army

This Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics statue features a Red Army Guerilla soldier making a fist in one hand and holding a rifle with another hand. Size: 11" T by 4" w by 3" D.
C2262

 

Cultural Revolution Statue - PLA Soldier

This Cultural Revolution Statue features a People's Liberation Army soldier holding a rifle on guard. Size: 11" T by 3" D by 4" W.
C2261

 

Cultural Revolution Statue - Red Army Soldier

This Cultural Revolution statue features a Red Army Guerilla soldier raising her arm, her hand in a fist, a pose seen often in the Cultural Revolution Peking Opera. Size: 12" T by 5" W by 3" D.
C2260

 

Cultural Revolution Statue - Mining Worker

This Cultural Revolution statue depicts the mining worker holding a red book, participating in a class struggle session. Size: 12" Tall, 4" D.
C2257

 

Cultural Revolution Statue Red Army Soldier

This Cultural Revolution statue features a red army soldier. Size: 11" T by 3.5" W by 3" D.
C2254

 

Cultural Revolution Red Army Female Soldier

This Cultural Revolution Statue features a female red army soldier. In a somewhat theatrical pose, she is holding a red army towel, while wearing a pistol across her shoulder. Her shoes are what was referred as the "straw shoes," worn often by the red army soldiers due to the shortage of actual shoes during the early war against the nationalist. Size: 10.7" T by 3.5" W by 3" D.
C2253

 

Cultural Revolution Statue - Red Guard

This Cultural Revolution statue features a red guard holding Mao's red book close to his heart, a gesture that shows his loyalty to Mao. He is wearing the Red Guard uniform with a red arm band that says "Red Guard" on his left arm. He is seen holding a Mao's "Serve the People" shoulder bag. Size: 10.5" T by 3" W by 2.5" D.
C2252

 

Statue - Factory Worker and the Capitalist

This Cultural Revolution statue features a factory worker holding a knife on one hand and a kneeling down "Capitalist". This disturbing statue has the factory worker pointing his finger to the Capitalist and stepping on the kneeling Capitalist. This statue captures a typical Class Struggle scene found during the Cultural Revolution. Size: 5" W by 3.5" D by 8.5" T.
C2248

 

White Porcelain Waving Mao Statue

This white porcelain statue features Mao in his famous waving pose. The base has the engraving of "Long Live Chairman" sign. Size: 12" T by 3.4" W by 3.3" D.
C2247

 

Cultural Revolution PLA Soldier Cultural Revolution PLA Soldier

This Cultural Revolution statue features a People's Liberation Army soldier holding a rifle. Size: 11.5" T by 3.5" W by 3.3" D. Weight: 3 lbs.
C2246

 

Red Army Ceramics Statue

This Cultural Revolution statue depicts a red army soldier holding a rifle. A familiar image seen in the Cultural Revolution themed movies and Peking Operas. Size: 3" Diameter and 11.5" Tall.
C2245

Cultural Revolution Class Struggle Session Statue

This Cultural Revolution statue features a young red guard in a PLA outfit, holding a red book in one hand, and a megaphone in another hand, and a factory worker with a knife holding down a man who's wearing a white board that says "Capitalist". This statue captures the gruesome scene of a typical class struggle session during the Cultural Revolution. Size: 7" W by 4.5" D by 10" H. Weight: 8 lbs
C2244

Lg Unusual Cultural Revolution Statue

This large Cultural Revolution Statue was developed to capture the very beginning of Cultural Revolution. In the summer of 1966, the very first Big Letter Post was developed in Beijing University. Titled "Bomb the Commander Office, Revolution is not a Crime," this very first Big Letter Post made Mao recognized the power of students and he encouraged students to challenge what is considered right and wrong by the norm. Revolution Committee was established and subsequently replaced the l ...click for details
C2242

Cultural Revolution Figurine - Tea Lady

This Cultural Revolution statue features "Ah Ching Sao", or Auntie Ah Ching, a tea shop owner who secretively protected the Red Army soldiers from the Nationalist Army, as told by the famous Cultural Revolution Peking Opera "Sha Jia Bang". The opera portrayed the Nationalist Army being friendly to the Japanese invaders whereas the Red Army soldiers were representing the People. Auntie Ah Ching was a main character from the opera, the statue captures a pose she used to warn th ...click for details
C2227

Cultural Revolution Young Red Guard

This adorable Cultural Revolution Figurine features a young branching red guard holding a red book. W: 6", D: 2.5", H: 11". .
C2226

Cultural Revolution Figurine - Red Guard

This Cultural Revolution figurine features a young red guard in a megaphone. Size: 11.5" H by 3.0" W by 3.0" D.
C2225

 

Cultural Revolution Figurine - Female Farmer

This Cultural Revolution figurine features a heroic farmer woman. Her image was created to respond to a famous slogan created by Mao - "Woman can hold half sky". Size: 12" H by 4.0" by 4.0" D.

 

C2216

This Cultural Revolution ceramics is of an familiar image called "Bai Mao Nu", or otherwise known as "the White Hair Woman". Featuring in this color ceramics is a famous scene from one of the 8 Peking Operas introduced and recommended by Madam Mao. The White Hair Woman was a girl who had gone into the forests to hide from a vicious land owner who killed her father. She was later rescued by the Red Army, led by the Communist Party. By the time she was rescued by the Red Army, click here for details
C2215
This Cultural revolution ceramics depicts a factory worker, who’s considered the best “class” citizens during Cultural Revolution. Often called “Factory Worker Big Brother”, during the Cultural Revolution, factory workers were portrayed as an elite class. The three elite class citizens were factory worker, liberation army soldiers and farmers. In this sculpture, this factory worker is holding a mug that says “Serve the People”, and wearing a T-shirt that says “Award”.

C2212

Special Cultural Revolution Sculpture Mao

This rare large size Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics sculpture depicts Mao in bath robe, surrounded by a group of young pioneers and red guards. This was in reference of Mao completing a swim in the Yang Zi River, a heroic image that was later that later appeared in many propaganda materials. Size: 12" wide by 5" deep by 14" tall.

C2210

Cultural Revolution Peking Opera Red Lantern

This Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics depicts a character from a "Contemporary Revolution Peking Opera" called Red Lantern In this sculpture, the hero of the play is seen holding a lantern, and is posing victoriously for the defeat of the ". Size: 3" wide by 3" deep by 12" wide.

C2209

Cultural Revolution Barefoot Female Doctor

This Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics is a reference to the "Barefoot doctor", a familiar phrase used to describe doctors who were sent down to the farm land to live and work with the farmers during the Cultural Revolution. The sculpture consists of several details such as the red cross sign in the medicine chest she's carrying and the straw hat she's wearing that says "Serve The People". Size: 3" wide by 3" deep by 12" wide.

C2208

Cultural Revolution Unite the Minority People

This Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics depicts an inner Mongolian woman, a representation of the Chinese Minority, holding her sheep and dressed in an elaborate Mongolian outfit. This sculpture serves as a propaganda image, and was meant as a praise to the Chinese government's unification program where the minorities in China have all benefited from the Communist government. Size: 5" wide by 4" deep by 12" wide.

C2207

Cultural Revolution The Sent Down Girls

This Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics depicts two vivacious "sent down" girls taking a break between farm field works. The communist party sent millions of school age kids to the farm land, as part of "re-education" program in the 60s and 70s. Many school age teenagers never returned home after the end of the Cultural Revolution. Certainly the image portrayed in this well designed color ceramics sculpture was the message carried out by the central government. Size: 10" tall by 5" deep by ...click for details

C2206

Mao and Lin Biao Interviewing the CR Army

This Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics depicts Mao and Lin Biao on Forbidden City Hall facing the TianAnMen square, interviewing the Cultural Revolution Army. Lin Biao was a general who rose in power and considered Mao's successor, until his unfortunate fell out of favor in late 60s which resulted his death in an attempt to escape China for Russia. This sculpture displays the nostalgia era of Mao and Lin Biao, as some may say, that had lost with the death of Lin Biao and later, the end of Cultu ...click for details

C2205

Cultural Revolution Sculpture Woman Farmer

This Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics depicts a strong female farmer. The colors used on this sculpture is quite vivid and the image a familiar one. A symbol of "Women can hold half sky", as advocated by Mao in the 1950s and 1960s, this image represented the rising of the farmer class as well as women. Size: 12" tall by 4.5" wide by 4" deep. Weight: 5 pounds.

C2204B

Cultural Revolution Peking Opera Red Lantern

This Cultural Revolution color ceramics depicts a famous scene from the Cultural Revolution Peking Opera of Red Lantern. The woman holding the red lantern was the heroin of the opera, in which she saved and cooperated with the Red Army in the defeat of the Guo Mei Dong and Japanese invaders. The sculpture measures 10" tall, 3" deep and 3" wide. Weight: 3 pounds.

C2204

Cultural Revolution Sculpture Madam Mao


This large Cultural Revolution sculpture depicts Madam Mao holding Mao's red book. Size: 14.5" Tall, 3" Deep, 4" Wide. Weight: 5.5 pounds.

C2196

Cultural Revolution Red Army Dancers

Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics. This sculpture depicts two Red Army Soldiers in the famous Peking Opera called Red Army Detachment, one of the most promoted "Contemporary Revolution Operas" during the Cultural Revolution. size: 11" W*4" D*15" T. Weight: 10 lbs.

C2195


Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics Red Guards

This unusual cultural revolution color ceramics depicts two female red guards and one female PLA solider, holding down a scholar, who's wearing a board that states the following: "Counter Revolution Intellectual Expert". Size: 8.5" Wide by 7.5" Deep by 14" High Weight: 15 pounds.

C2192


Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics - Lin Biao

This color ceramics vividly depicts one of the most loved then most hated politician in China named Lin Biao. A beloved general who led the Northeastern army divisions, Lin Biao was known as Mao's successor in the mid to late 60s until his fatal escape attempt to leave China, after he had fallen out of favor of Mao. In the famous restaurant inner city of Beijing called the Red Capital Club, a drink named "crash" is served as an reference to Lin Biao's ill attempted escape. Lin Biao was known ...click for details

C2166


Cultural Revolution Red Guards

This rare Cultural Revolution color ceramics features a Chinese female red guard and male red guard, each wearing the typical red guards uniform, and Mao's pins. The male red guard is seen holding a big bucket of paste in one hand and another big letter s on another, the female is holding a big brush and a red book. An accurate and vivid depiction of the red guards' typical day. During Cultural Revolution, these red guards posted big letter s and praised mao and criticized those counter-re ...click for details

C2165


Cultural Revolution Female Red Guard

This Cultural Revolution color ceramics features a Chinese female red guard, holding a red book and wearing the red guard uniform. Size: 12"tall, 3" wide by 3" deep.

C2164


Cultural Revolution Female PLA

This Cultural Revolution color ceramics features a Chinese female People's Liberation Army hat, holding a gun, wearing the PLA uniform. Mao's advocated that "women can hold half of the sky", therefore in these color ceramic sculptures, there are a number of women worriers. Size: 14" tall, 3" wide by 3" deep.

C2163


Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics - Red Guard Female Farmer

This Cultural Revolution color ceramics depicts a female farmer who double serves as a soldier / red guard. Her attire indicates that she is from the Chinese boarder, likely from the southeast China region, who's been assigned to guard the country's boarder with her gun. Her red arm band says "the Red Guard". Size: 15" tall by 4" wide by 4" deep.

C2162


Cultural Revolution Ceramics Red Army Dancer

Known as the Red Army detachment, this Cultural Revolution color ceramics depicts one of the female red army soldiers dancing, a famous scene from the Peking Opera named Red Detachment, a story about a group of women soldiers from Hai Nan who fought side by side with their male partners. Size: 13" tall by 3" deep by 3" wide.

C2161


Peking Opera - the White Hair Woman

This Cultural Revolution ceramics is of an familiar image called "Bai Mao Nu", or otherwise known as "the White Hair Woman". Featuring in this color ceramics is a famous scene from one of the 8 Peking Operas introduced and recommended by Madam Mao. The White Hair Woman was a girl who had gone into the forests to hide from a vicious land owner who killed her father. She was later rescued by the Red Army, led by the Communist Party. By the time she was rescued by the Red Army, she had lived in the ...click for details

C2160


Cultural Revolution Ceramics - sent down girl

This image of "Sent Down Girl" as depicted by this color ceramics features a young female who appears to be of high school or college age, holding her straw-hat and wearing an outfit that is more suited of a farmer than of a student. Her optimistic outlook as portrayed in this image is a propaganda message that the Central government wanted to send to all youth who were sent down to receive "re-education" by the farmers. Size: 13" tall, 3" deep, 3" wide.

C2131


Cultural Revolution Mao, Madam Mao & Lin Biao

This large color ceramics statue features Mao, Madam Mao and Lin Biao. During the early years of Cultural Revolution, Mao, Madam Mao and Lin Biao formed one unity in the central government, in an effort to destroy Liu Shao Qi, who was a chairman and accused Capitalist. Mao, Madam Mao and Lin Biao formed the Great Proletarian Headquarter. This statue features these three power figures of that era. Lin Biao, in September 1971 was declared a traitor and died in a plane crash. Madam Mao was again ac ...click for details

C2130


Cultural Revolution - Female PLA and Worker

During the ten years of Chaos, known to others as Cultural Revolution, Mao encouraged the class struggles, as a way of separating the true Mao believers vs. not the non Mao believers. One of the most significant case was a land owner named “Liu Wen Cai”, who died in 1947 of long term illness. During Cultural Revolution, his case was revisited and an entirely storyline was made to let people believe that Liu Wen Cai was a horrible capitalist who killed many peasants with his underground priso ...click for details

C2129


Cultural Revolution Mao and Red Guards

A quintessential Cultural Revolution image, this statue features Mao surrounded by all together four young red guards, who appear to be of ex college students. In this complex and vibrant, idealistic and colorful color ceramics, it features Mao wearing a young pioneer scarf, an armband. These red guards are wearing the Cultural Revolution armbands, wearing red books and serve the people bag. During Cultural Revolution Mao interviewed the Cultural Revolution young red guards 8 times in Tiananme ...click for details

C2128


Cultural Revolution Ceramics - Red Country

During Cultural Revolution local governments were gradually were replaced by Cultural Revolution Committee, often formed by three types of people - the People’s Liberation army members, the so-called pro Mao Revolution officials, and finally the red guards. By 1969, all local governments were replaced and formed Cultural Revolution Committee. A famous yet short lived slogan, as evidence by this Cultural Revolution color ceramics were developed, it said the following, in black: “Celebrate the Red ...click for details

C2127


Cultural Revolution Peking Opera Shanjiabang

Part of early ignition for Cultural Revolution movement was the introduction of ly revised and politically motivated Peking Opera. Total of 8 most famous Peking Opera were created under Madam Mao, also known as Jing Qing’s direction. Mao’s evaluation of good vs. bad Peking Opera is whether Peking Opera serves socialism or capitalism. Does it serve the workers, peasants and soldiers or oppose them; does it take the road of Marxism-Leninism or the road of revisionism? Jing Qing embarked on her ...click for details

C2126


Cultural Revolution - Female Peasant Leader

This colorful and vivacious Cultural Revolution color ceramics depicts a very well known Female People’s Village Communist Leader named “Jiang Shui Ying”. During Cultural Revolution, among the three elite classes of the PLA Soldiers, the factory workers and the farmers, the factory worker class was considered more superior than the peasant class. Thus when there was a conflict where one class needed to make a sacrifice, the sacrifice usually was made in the peasant class. This sculpture depicts ...click for details

C2125


Cultural Revolution - The PLA Soldier

This Cultural Revolution Statue depicts a People’s Liberation Army soldier holding a Chinese Flag. A typical image seen in Cultural Revolution statues that symbols the devotion these PLA Soldiers have for China and the peace was a result of these soldiers standing tall and protecting the country selflessly.

C2124


Cultural Revolution "Learn from Lei Feng"

Lei Feng’s stories first appeared in China Youth periodicals, in the 1960’s, Mao’s own Calligraphy that stated “Learn from Comrade Lei Feng” accompanying LeiFeng’s life time story set Lei Feng up to become the models for all Chinese people. The slogan of “Learn from Comrade Lei Feng” appeared in other papers and magazines, major editorial on how to be a good warrior for Chairman Mao by studying Lei Feng were published. Lei Feng turned out to be the first of a series of heroic figures, most o ...click for details

C2123


Cultural Revolution Red Guard & Intellectual

This gruesome large Chinese Color ceramic sculpture depicts one Red Guard holding down an alleged Counter Revolutionary Leading Scholar. A unpleasant reminder of the Cultural Revolution, or otherwise known as the 10 Year Chaos, this sculpture described the common scene that took place during the Cultural Revolution where many scholars and experts were denounced Counter Revolutionary and were released of their posts, many could not stand the humiliation and later committed suicide. The Red Guard, ...click for details

C2120


Color Ceramics - Learn from Comrade Lei Feng

LeiFeng’s stories first appeared in China Youth periodicals, in the 1960’s, Mao’s own Calligraphy that stated “Learn from Comrade Lei Feng” accompanying LeiFeng’s life time story set Lei Feng up to become the models for all Chinese people. The slogan of “Learn from Comrade Lei Feng” appeared in other papers and magazines, major editorial on how to be a good warrior for Chairman Mao by studying Lei Feng were published. Lei Feng turned out to be the first of a series of heroic figures, most of ...click for details

C2119


Cultural Revolution Red Guard Statue


This Red Guard Color Ceramics depicts a red guard raising his hand, in the Cultural Revolution uniform, and a “Serve the People” Bag, while holding onto a thick red book, which is commonly as Mao’s Theory Excerpt for government or army officials.

C2117


Red Guard and Petit Bourgeoisie

In this gruesome Cultural Revolution color ceramics, it depicts a Cultural Revolution Red Guard, in his uniform and PLA hat, along with "Serve the People" bag, holding a Mao’s book and Megaphone, his one leg resting on the back of a man who’s wearing a dunce cap and a white board. The dunce cap has the writing of “Capitalism Sympathizer” and the white board states “ Down with the Petit Bourgeoisie”. The names were blanked out with “X”s, and so are dates and year. Petit Bourgeoisie Class are typi ...click for details

C2116


Cultural Revolution - Happy Peasant

One of Cultural Revolution’s main movements is the class struggle. Often depicted in Peking Opera scenes, images of peasants and farmers who had no shoes or nice clothes to wear, after the Red Army, later called the People’s Liberation Army arrived into a village, the peasants and farmers would be liberated and rise on top. In this particular colorful image of ceramics sculpture, it depicts an image of a happy and free peasant. In reality, with the Da Yu Jin (Great Leap Forward) and the Famine d ...click for details

C2115


Cultural Revolution Female Red Guard

This Cultural Revolution Red Guard color ceramics has the usual image of a female Red Guard, holding her Red Book, wearing Red Guard arm band, and in his Cultural Revolution Uniform, including the her Liberation Army hat. She is apparently also holding a megaphone. Size: 2.5" Long by 3" Wide by 11.5" Tall. Net Weight: 2 pounds. Makes a perfect set with item C2069, Male Cultural Revolution Red Guard.

C2114

 


Cultural Cultural Revolution - Peasant and Red Army

In this Cultural Revolution Color Ceramics, it depicts a Red Army Soldier and a Peasant who has risen to the top to become a Soldier. The Red Army Solider is seen wearing a red arm band that states “Red Army” and holding a knife. The Peasant is holding a shotgun. A common scene from the Cultural Revolution Peking Opera, this scene describes the rise of lower class people to take charge in the 20’s and 30’s and the conversion of peasants to soldiers. During Cultural Revolution, the three elite ...click for details

C2113


Cultural Revolution Peking Opera "HongDengJi"

Part of early ignition for Cultural Revolution movement was the introduction of ly revised and politically motivated Peking Opera. Total of 8 most famous Peking Opera were created under Madam Mao, also known as Jing Qing’s direction. Mao’s evaluation of good vs. bad Peking Opera is whether Peking Opera serves socialism or capitalism. Does it serve the workers, peasants and soldiers or oppose them; does it take the road of Marxism-Leninism or the road of revisionism? Jing Qing embarked on her ...click for details

C2112


Cultural Revolution Peking Opera Scene 1

Part of early ignition for Cultural Revolution movement was the introduction of ly revised and politically motivated Peking Opera. Total of 8 most famous Peking Opera were created under Madam Mao, also known as Jing Qing’s direction. Mao’s evaluation of good vs. bad Peking Opera is whether Peking Opera serves socialism or capitalism. Does it serve the workers, peasants and soldiers or oppose them; does it take the road of Marxism-Leninism or the road of revisionism? Jing Qing embarked on her ...click for details

C2111


Madam Mao and Lin Biao

This color ceramics statue depicts Lin Biao and Madam Mao, standing together, each holding a red book, wearing identical Cultural Revolution uniform and wearing a red arm band that states “Red Guard”. Lin Biao was considered Mao's closest comrade until late 1960, after which he was called by Mao as a Communist Traitor. Upon his worsened relationship with Mao, Lin Biao k his days were up and k that Mao would capture him and throw him in jail like the rest of the Communist leaders whose opi ...click for details

C2109


Mao in Dark Green Uniform Statue

This Standing Mao color ceramic statue features Mao wearing a dark green Party Uniform, with his two hands folded back. On the right pocket, he's wearing a pin that says "Community Party Representative". Size: 10" tall by 3" base. Net weight: 2 pounds 3 ounces.

C2108


Cultural Revolution - Mao with Red Party Tag

This Standing Mao color ceramic statue features Mao in what is now known as "Mao's Uniform", with his two hands folded back. On the right pocket, he's wearing a red Communist Party tag, which gives a 3-D effect. Size: 10" tall by 3" base. Net weight: 2 pounds 3 ounces.

C2095


Color Ceramics - Factory Worker & Capitalist

A gruesome Cultural Revolution color ceramics statue, this image depicts a factory worker standing a man, who's wearing a heavy board that states that he is a "Capitalist". This factory worker is seen holding a red book. In this image, this "Capitalist" is seen kneeling down, a scene that is known as the "class struggling session".

C2094


Color Ceramics - "Down with Land Owner Liu Wen Cai

A gruesome Cultural Revolution color ceramics, this image depicts a farmer standing a man, who's wearing a tall hat, that indicated to people that his name is "Liu Wen Cai", a well known land owner who allegedly treated his farmers poorly. the hat stated "Down with land Owner Liu Wen Cai. In this image, he is kneeling down, a symbol of that poor people are now in charge. Weight: 4 pounds.

C2078

This color ceramics Mao statue features Mao wearing a red scarf for the Red Young Pioneer. Size: 10" tall by 3" base.

C2070

Large Bronze Mao's statue

Full length Mao's statue in bronze. This Cultural Revolution Memorabilia item has seen its age, however is still in decent shape. In this bronze statue, Mao is wearing the army general's full size coat, with one hand extended, as if he is interviewing his Cultural Revolution Army. Size: height 13.5 ", base width 2.5", base length 2.5"

C2069


Cultural Revolution Sculpture Male Red Guard

This Cultural Revolution Red Guard color ceramics has the usual image of a male Red Guard, holding his Red Book, wearing Red Guard arm band, and in his Cultural Revolution Uniform. Size: 2.5" Long by 3" Wide by 11.5" Tall. Net Weight: 2 pounds.

C2068

3 Piece Mao and Madam Mao Ceramics Sculpture

Of all cultural revolution color ceramics, this large three piece set of Cultural Revolution color ceramics is one of the most vivid depiction of public images of Mao and Madam Mao during Cultural Revolution, before the fall of the Gang of Four. Seen on this three piece color ceramics, are Mao and Madam Mao sitting down, and in between them is a tea table. Mao is featured wearing the famous blue Mao's uniform, Jiang Qing, or otherwise known as Madam Mao, wearing a Cultural Revolution Red Guards uniform, with her full length Liberation Army coat, and the Red Guard's hat, also known as the People's Liberation Army hat. Madam Mao is also seen holding a note book. Click for details.

C2067

Special: Cultural Revolution Sculpture - #4

Cultural Revolution color ceramics - Mao in Chinese Liberation Army coat. Size: 10.5" tall by 3" base.
C2066


Cultural Revolution - Mao holding a cigarette

Cultural Revolution color ceramics - Mao in the famous Mao's Blue Uniform, holding his jacket and holding a Cigarette.

C2065

Large color ceremics scuplture

This unique large Chinese Color ceramic sculpture depicts one Red Guard holding down an alleged Counter Revolutionary Scholar. A gruesome reminder of the Cultural Revolution, or otherwise known as the 10 Year Chaos, this sculpture described the common scene that took place during the Cultural Revolution where many scholars and experts were denounced Counter Revolutionary and were released of their posts, many could not stand the humiliation and later committed suicide.
C2052

Large color ceremics scuplture

This unique large Chinese Color ceramic sculpture depicts one male Red Guard holding down an alleged Counter Revolutionary Scholar. A gruesome reminder of the Cultural Revolution, or otherwise known as the 10 Year Chaos, this sculpture described the common scene that took place during the Cultural Revolution where many scholars and experts were denounced Counter Revolutionary and were released of their posts, many could not stand the humiliation and later committed suicide.

C2051

Special: Cultural Revolution Color Ceramic Sculpture

This unique sculpture depicts two red guards holding down an alleged counter-revolutionary. The female red guards holding a megaphone in one hand and a red book on another hand, clearing describing a familiar scene during Cultural Revolution. The man kneading down wears a white hat that had “counter-revolutionary” written on it.


 
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