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Chinese Han Dynasty Pottery "Cocoon" Vase : Lot 309

Chinese Han Dynasty Pottery "Cocoon" Vase : Lot 309

Vase en forme de cocon de vers à soie. Terre cuite recouverte de pigments polychromes. Chine, Epoque Han (206 avant JC-220 après JC). La forme très originale de ce vase à offrandes, typique de l'époque Han, est mise en valeur par un décor polychromique à motifs de nuages.  artfinding.com

Vase en forme de cocon de vers à soie. Terre cuite recouverte de pigments polychromes. Chine, Epoque Han (206 avant JC-220 après JC). La forme très originale de ce vase à offrandes, typique de l'époque Han, est mise en valeur par un décor polychromique à motifs de nuages. artfinding.com

African  Water vessel. A ceramic jar which is  worn by women on their backs to fetch water from wells and springs and then to store it in their homes.  Ouadhias culture. Great Kabylia, Algeria

A ceramic jar Ouadhias culture.

Korean Celadon | An achievement of Goryeo pottery ware in the world’s ceramics history is the introduction of the inlaying technique to the art of pottery.

(Korea) An achievement of Goryeo Celadon Pottery ware. ca century CE. the world’s Ceramics history is the introduction of the inlaying technique.

Ancient China Ceramic Pot

stirring up the meltingpot

AN UNUSUAL CIZHOU-TYPE OVOID B

AN UNUSUAL CIZHOU-TYPE OVOID B

Goryeo dynasty (918–1392) late 12th century Korean stoneware bottle with reverse-inlaid decoration of peony leaves under celadon glaze. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.]

coloryoursoulalways: Oil Bottle Late century Korean Goryeo Dynasty Stoneware with reverse-inlaid decoration of peony leaves under celadon glaze (source)

Amphoriskos   Eastern Mediterranean   6th-5th century BC   Turquoise-blue glass, core-formed

Overview - The Israel Museum Permanent Galleries

Jug Date: late 1200s–early 1300s Geography: Made in Paris or its vicinity, France Culture: French Medium: Partially glazed earthenware Dimensions: Overall: 10 1/2 x 6 1/4 x 5 1/16 in. (26.7 x 15.9 x 12.9 cm)

Jug Date: late Geography: Made in Paris or its vicinity, France Culture: French Medium: Partially glazed earthenware Dimensions: Overall: 10 x 6 x 5 in. x x cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1952 Accession Number:

Chinese Han Dynasty Pottery Cocoon Jar | From a unique collection of antique and modern ceramics at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/ceramics/

Chinese Han Dynasty Pottery Cocoon Jar

View this item and discover similar ceramics for sale at - An ancient Chinese pottery 'cocoon' jar, produced within the Han Dynasty period, so-called for its semblance to a silkworm cocoon, with vertical incised

Chinese, Song dynasty, 12th century | Jar with carved glaze designs of flower scrolls

Jar with carved glaze designs of flower scrolls

Jin Dynasty Cizhou Ware Persimmon Glaze Porcelain Plum Vase With Coiled Flower Pattern

prior pinner: Jin Dynasty Cizhou Ware Persimmon Glaze Porcelain Plum Vase With Coiled Flower Pattern

Han Dynasty Pottery (Hu) Vase _ colorful elaborately painted design, loose ring handles at the shoulder _ pigments probably later, loose rings probably later _ rim chips and some wear; H: 151/2"

Han Dynasty Pottery (Hu) Vase _ colorful elaborately painted design, loose ring handles at the shoulder _ pigments probably later, loose rings probably later _ rim chips and some wear;

Jar with Cover and Base Period: Tang dynasty (618–907) Date: early 8th century Culture: China Medium: Earthenware with green glaze Dimensions: H. 3 1/8 in. (7.9 cm)

Jar with Cover and Base Period: Tang dynasty Date: early century Culture: China Medium: Earthenware with green glaze Dimensions: H.

HAN DYNASTY POTTERY COCOON VASE elaborately painted in unusual pastel color scheme, with patterned bands and swirled motifs; the egg-form with wide flared rim and splayed foot;

HAN DYNASTY POTTERY COCOON VASE elaborately painted in unusual pastel color…
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