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Cat honey cats, animals.

Cat honey cats, animals.

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Industrial room interior, nature landscapes.

Industrial room interior, nature landscapes.

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Money euro change, business finance.

Money euro change, business finance.

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Wine bottles wine rack wine bottle range, food drink.

Wine bottles wine rack wine bottle range, food drink.

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Warehouse empty factory, architecture buildings.

Warehouse empty factory, architecture buildings.

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Metal warehouse loft, industry craft.

Metal warehouse loft, industry craft.

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Wine vinorama wine bottle.

Wine vinorama wine bottle.

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Terracotta amphora (storage jar)

Terracotta amphora (storage jar)

This attractive fineware vessel imitates at a smaller scale the shape of the ubiquitous transport amphora, used principally for wine, oil and garum (fish sauce). Early Imperial

Storage jar

Storage jar

Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Sasanian

Storage jar

Storage jar

Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Sasanian

Storage jar

Storage jar

From Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon late Parthian–Sasanian

Storage jar

Storage jar

Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Sasanian

Storage jar

Storage jar

Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Sasanian

Storage Jar

Storage Jar

The painted patterns on this large storage jar are arranged to emphasize the swelling shape of the vessel. The animal, bird, and plant motifs are closely related to those found on contemporary textiles. Made in Egypt

Storage Jar

Storage Jar

This jar was discovered near Ctesiphon, the Sasanian metropolis and administrative capital conquered by Arab Muslim armies in 637. The city was known in Arabic as al-Mada’in, or "the cities", for its extended a... more

Large Storage Jar

Large Storage Jar

Other large jars, similar to this one, display inscriptions suggesting that they were used to store water, which would be kept cool by evaporation through the vessels’ unglazed porous walls. Whether incised, mo... more

Storage Jar

Storage Jar

This piece was excavated from a kiln site in Aichi Prefecture, near present-day Nagoya. Split at the time of firing, it was never used; yet it is a fine example of the simple beauty of the random effects produ... more

Fragment of a Storage Vessel (Habb)

Fragment of a Storage Vessel (Habb)

This fragment once belonged to the top part of a habb, a common water vessel from Mesopotamia during the early and medieval Islamic periods. Produced in considerable quantities, they served as the storage vesse... more

Storage Jar

Storage Jar

Ly (1009–1225)–Tran (1225–1400) dynasty

Storage Jar

Storage Jar

This medieval storage jar, with its rugged surface and massive shape, was built up in several stages with coils of clay. Its compelling appearance reflects the drama of its creation in a large tunnel kiln, wher... more

Storage Jar

Storage Jar

The rugged shape evokes the hand of the potter, while the glaze, which was created during the firing, alludes to this process. This immediacy, which distinguishes the jar from the polished works produced in Eur... more

Storage Jar

Storage Jar

The main center for ceramics of this type was Damascus, although other places in Syria and Egypt produced it as well. The decoration of this jar reflects the popularity of Chinese motifs after about 1320; note ... more

Storage jar

Storage jar

Muromachi period (1392–1573)

Storage Jar (Aryballos)

Storage Jar (Aryballos)

One of the most distinctive Inca ceramic forms developed in the Cuzco area is the so-called Cuzco bottle, also known as an aryballo because of its similarity to the Greek form. Ranging in size from four to fort... more

Storage Case (Karabitsu)

Storage Case (Karabitsu)

The karabitsu (literally, Chinese chest) is a rectangular lidded chest raised on four legs. The name implies a foreign origin for this elegant and functional form, used in Japan since the Nara period (645–794) ... more

Two-handled pharmacy or storage jar with arms of the Orsini family and profile head of a man

Two-handled pharmacy or storage jar with arms of the Orsini family and...

The arms of the Orsini, a powerful Roman family, appear on one side of this jar, while the profile of a young man is delicately painted on the other. Numbers scratched into the underside note its weight when em... more

Two-handled storage jug (albarello) with crowned eagles

Two-handled storage jug (albarello) with crowned eagles

In the fifteenth century, Italian maiolica design was influenced by vases imported from Spain, which is apparent in this vase's winglike handles. Dramatic and impractical, they echo the spread wings of the crow... more

Large Storage Jar (Ōtsubo)

Large Storage Jar (Ōtsubo)

Muromachi period (1392–1573)

Storage jar

Storage jar

late Muromachi period (1392–1573)

Storage jar

Storage jar

Muromachi period (1392–1573)

Storage Box in Nanban (Southern Barbarian) Style

Storage Box in Nanban (Southern Barbarian) Style

Muromachi period (1392–1573) or Momoyama period (1573–1615)

Storage jar

Storage jar

Muromachi period (1392–1573)

Storage jar (albarello)

Storage jar (albarello)

Storage vessels were among the most frequently produced maiolica wares in late medieval and Renaissance Italy. Made in fairly standard shapes, they were designed to fit with dozens of others on a shelf, often i... more

One-handled storage jar (albarello)

One-handled storage jar (albarello)

The single-handled form is uncommon, and each of the dozen known examples is decorated with the same palette and winged cherub design. This suggests that they were commissioned together as a single pharmacy series.

One-handled storage jar (albarello)

One-handled storage jar (albarello)

The single-handled form is uncommon, and each of the dozen known examples is decorated with the same palette and winged cherub design. This suggests that they were commissioned together as a single pharmacy series.

Storage jar (albarello) for mostarda

Storage jar (albarello) for mostarda

In addition to medicines and small household items, Renaissance pharmacies also sold candies, spices, and condiments, such as the pickled fruit jelly (mostarda) that once filled this jar. The decoration of this... more

Storage jar (one of a pair)

Storage jar (one of a pair)

Storage vessels were among the most frequently produced maiolica wares in late medieval and Renaissance Italy. Made in fairly standard shapes, they were designed to fit with dozens of others on a shelf, often i... more

Storage jar (one of a pair)

Storage jar (one of a pair)

Storage vessels were among the most frequently produced maiolica wares in late medieval and Renaissance Italy. Made in fairly standard shapes, they were designed to fit with dozens of others on a shelf, often i... more

Spearhead and Storage Case (清  矛頭)

Spearhead and Storage Case (清 矛頭)

With its pure form and clean lines, this spearhead shows a level of quality and refinement usually reserved for the best sword blades and seldom found on spears or other staff weapons. At the base of its socket... more

Signaling Baton (Saihai) and Storage Box

Signaling Baton (Saihai) and Storage Box

Saihai were carried as signs of rank and were used by military commanders to give the signal for an attack. This saihai is decorated with peony blossoms, the mon (crest) of the Tsugaru family. The Tsugaru, who ... more

War Hat (Jingasa) with Storage Bag

War Hat (Jingasa) with Storage Bag

The samurai's hat (jingasa), usually made of lightweight material, was worn when traveling or in camp.

Manuscript Storage Cabinet

Manuscript Storage Cabinet

Cabinets of this type were traditionally gifted to monasteries where they served to house and preserve the sacred scriptures written on palm-leaf manuscripts, and associated Buddhist texts often on khoi paper, ... more

Fragment of a Storage Bag

Fragment of a Storage Bag

Attributed to Turkmenistan, Central Asia

Storage Bag

Storage Bag

Attributed to Turkmenistan, Central Asia