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Classifications: Ceramics

Classifications: Ceramics
Vase
Chinese export
late 18th century
74.49
Punch bowl
Chinese export
ca. 1780
86.280
Plate
Chinese export
ca. 1700-50
75.1.1
Teapot
Chinese export
1740-50
76.108
Teapot
Chinese export
ca. 1760
76.109
Armorial plate
Chinese export
ca. 1740
76.110
Tea bowl
Chinese export
mid 18th century
76.113
Tea bowl
Chinese export
early, 18th century
76.117
Plate
Chinese export
ca. 1625-50
75.51
Tea bowl and saucer
Chinese export
late 18th century
84.66
Tureen and stand
Chinese export
late 18th century
92.4
Soup bowl
Chinese export
ca. 1795
84.164.2.1
Large dish with dragon
Chinese export
ca. 1610-20
91.40
Teapot
Chinese export
ca. 1744
76.115.1
Milk jug
Chinese export
ca. 1744
76.115.2
Tea bowl and saucer
Chinese export
ca. 1744
76.115.3
Tea bowl and saucer
Chinese export
ca. 1744
76.115.4
Tea bowl and saucer
Chinese export
ca. 1744
76.115.5
Tea bowl and saucer
Chinese export
ca. 1744
76.115.6
Tea bowl
Chinese export
ca. 1744
76.115.7
Coffee cup & saucer
Chinese export
ca. 1770
70.68
Tea bowl
Chinese export
ca. 1790
SC79.130
Export pot-de-creme and cover
Chinese export
late 18th century
76.114
Saucer
Chinese export
ca. 1770
76.112
Teapot
Chinese export
18th century
76.123
Plate
Chinese export
mid 17th century
47.78
Bowl
Chinese export
19th century
SC81.16
Candlestick
Chinese export
ca. 1800
2013.4.10.1
Candlestick
Chinese export
ca. 1800
2013.4.10.2
Cider jug
Chinese export
79.71
Deep bowl
Chinese
17th century
2015.13.2
Bowl
Chinese export
early 18th century, probably Ching-te-Chen
76.111
Chinese
ca. 1725-30
2010.36.1
Chinese export
late 16th century
59.131
Chinese export
ca. 1700-50
75.1.2
Chinese export
ca. 1795
84.164.2.2
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