In 1974, well diggers searching for water stumbled on a huge underground vault. There in the red soil stood hundreds of beautiful armed warriors. The guardian army of the Emperor Qin Shi Huang, who unified China in a series of wars between 246 and 221 BC. Over 7000 terracotta soldiers and horses and countless bronzes have been discovered in this burial. This replica of a Terracotta General represents an example of such a find. He wears a suit of armor over two long robes and trousers as well as a general's pheasant feather. There is a tie at his neck and two intricate rolls of hair atop his head. Perfect as an accent piece in any modern setting.