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Classifications: Ceramics

Classifications: Ceramics
Peach-shaped dish
Japanese
late 19th century
SC77.78
Plate
Japanese, Arita
17th century
92.47.5.1
Saucer-dish, 5-petaled
Japanese, Arita
late 17th century
58.40
Plate
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1670 - 90
92.47.3.1
Plate
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1670 - 90
92.47.3.2
Plate
Japanese, Arita
mid 17th century
92.47.6
Plate
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1650
92.47.7
Plate
Japanese
ca. 1800
98.47.9.1
Plate
Japanese
ca. 1800
98.47.9.3
Plate
Japanese
ca. 1800
98.47.9.5
Plate
Japanese
ca. 1800
98.47.9.6
"Horse eye" plate
Japanese
early 19th century
92.47.62
Jar (Tsubo)
Japanese
late 16th century
92.47.63
Satsuma vase
Japanese
late 17th-early 18th century
35.27
Tea storage jar
Japanese
15th century
75.60
Seto vase:  stamped decoration
Japanese
1185-1333
51.206
Plate
Japanese
16th-17th century
98.47.5.1
Dish with wagtail
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1730
92.47.20.1
Dish
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1730
92.47.20.2
Dish
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1730
92.47.22.1
Dish
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1730
92.47.22.2
Plate
Japanese, Arita
ca. 17th century
92.47.12
Plate
Japanese, Arita
17th century
92.47.13
Plate
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1680 - 90
92.47.14
Plate
Japanese, Arita
1610-40
92.47.15
Oil plate
Japanese
92.47.28
Oil plate
Japanese
92.47.30
Oil plate
Japanese
92.47.32
Oil plate
Japanese
92.47.33
Oil plate
Japanese
92.47.34
Oil plate
Japanese
92.47.36
Oil plate
Japanese
92.47.37
Oil plate
Japanese
92.47.38
Oil plate
Japanese
92.47.42
Oil plate (aburazara or andonzara)
Japanese
early 19th century
92.47.43
Oil plate
Japanese
92.47.44
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