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Oval Wine Bowl with a Green Glaze

Oval Wine Bowl with a Green Glaze

This pottery is covered with a dark green glaze that has degraded to a silvery white in places. The kiln where it was fired is not known, but such objects seem to have been produced solely in northern China. Th... More

Bowl (Yu)
Vase with C-shaped Handles

Vase with C-shaped Handles

This vase was dusted with wood ash. During firing the glaze turned an olive green in these places while the brown-burnt biscuit of the rest of the vessel was coated only with kiln gloss. This type of early gree... More

Jar

Jar

early Eastern Han dynasty (25–220)

Jar
Jug
Jar
Jar

Jar

Three Kingdoms pd. (57 BC–AD 668) Gaya federation, Great Gaya

Jar (Hu)

Jar (Hu)

Six Dynasties (220–589), late Western–early Eastern Jin period

Dish with Two Wine Bowls

Dish with Two Wine Bowls

The Yue kilns of northern Zhejiang Province had been active from the Han Dynasty (206 BCE–220 CE). However, their finest wares date from the 9th and 10th century: delicate objects with jade-like glazes called ‘... More

Jar

Jar

late Eastern Han (25–220)–early Six Dynasties (220–589)

Jar
Jar
Pot
Jar (Hu)
Jar (Guan)

Jar (Guan)

Six Dynasties (220–589), Eastern Jin dynasty (317–420)

Jar (Guan)

Jar (Guan)

late Eastern Jin (317–420)–early Southern Song (420–479) dynasty

Vessel in the shape of a kneeling ram
Stand with perforated base

Stand with perforated base

Three Kingdoms period, Silla Kingdom (57 B.C.–A.D. 676)

Stand
Pedestal dish with cover

Pedestal dish with cover

Three Kingdoms period, Silla Kingdom (57 B.C.–A.D. 676)

Horn-Shaped Drinking Cup

Horn-Shaped Drinking Cup

Three Kingdoms period, Silla Kingdom or Gaya Federation

Jar with a dark green glaze

Jar with a dark green glaze

Pot van steengoed met een bolvormig lichaam, uitlopende nek en opstaande rand, gedeeltelijk bedekt met een donkergroen glazuur. Op de nek drie ingegrifte banden.

Stand

Stand

Kaya Federation (42–562)

Stand

Stand

Silla Kingdom (57 B.C.–A.D. 676)

Bottle
Jar
Recumbent Bottle (Yokobe)

Recumbent Bottle (Yokobe)

Kofun period (ca. 3rd–7th century

Bowl
Stem Cup
Bottle
Stem Cup
Cup
Bottle
Buddhist Water Sprinkler (Kundika)

Buddhist Water Sprinkler (Kundika)

This type of vase with pouring spout and tubelike mouth at the shoulder has served several roles in Buddhist ritual: to purify a sacred space, to invoke a deity, or to anoint a worshipper. Created in bronze as ... More

Incense holder

Incense holder

Een standaard van steengoed met zes houders voor wierook, gedeeltelijk bedekt met een grijsgroen glazuur. Boven de voet een schaalvorm met in het centrum een poot met aan de bovenzijde een platte, ringvormige v... More

Oval Bowl