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Hydria (water jar)
Nausicaa Painter
ca. 450 B.C.
68.6
Plate
French, Chantilly
ca. 1760-90
92.44.1
Plate
French, Chantilly
ca. 1770
92.44.2
Apothecary Flask (gallipot)
Japanese, Arita
second half 17th century
71.5
Sauce boat
English, Worcester
ca. 1758
94.103.43.1
Sauce boat
English, Worcester
ca. 1758
94.103.43.2
Italian, Venice
ca. 1550-75
49.21.1
Italian, Venice
ca. 1550-75
49.21.2
Plate
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1650
92.47.4
Plate
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1650
92.47.7
Vase with flower and bird decor
Japanese
late 19th century
68.10
Sake Ewer
Japanese, Arita
late 18th century
83.35
Knife handle
French, Chantilly
ca. 1740
87.142.1
Knife handle
French, Villeroy
ca. 1740-45
87.142.3
Knife handle
French
ca. 1750
87.142.6
Knife handle
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1735-40
87.142.7
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1730 - 35
91.102.10
Waste bowl
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1735
91.102.11
Knife handle
French, Chantilly
ca. 1745-50
87.142.8
German
16th century
63.34
Spanish
late 14th century
63.43
Saucer-dish, 5-petaled
Japanese, Arita
late 17th century
58.40
Cup in the form of a lotus
Egyptian, New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty
ca. 1550-1196 B.C.
63.46
Peacock factory
18th century
83.63
Plate
Holland
early 18th century
83.64
Delftware
second half of the 18th century
83.65
Octagonal dish
English, Chelsea
ca. 1754
76.228.1
Black Painted Stemless Kylix
Greek
5th century B.C.
63.65
Octagonal dish
English, Chelsea
ca. 1768-70
76.228.2
Kylix (Wine Cup)
Corinthian
7th century B.C. - 6th century B.C.
63.68
Amphora, (three handled vessel)
Mycenaean
ca. 1300 B.C. - 1200 B.C.
63.70
Pyxis (box with lid)
Greek, Attica
mid - late 8th century B.C.
63.69
Painted pot
Egyptian
ca. 3500 - 3300 B.C.
43.16
Head of Hathor from the handle of a votive sistrum
Egyptian, Late period, 26th - 30th Dynasty
664-525 B.C.
58.77
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