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Classifications: Ceramics

Classifications: Ceramics
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Etui
German, Kloster Veilsdorf
1761-64
76.279
Pot-de-Creme and cover
German, Fulda
1780-88
76.264
Two-handled cup and saucer
English, Worcester
ca. 1770-72
94.103.159
Plate
English, Longton Hall
ca. 1755
76.192
Plate
French, Vincennes
ca. 1751-52
2001.1062
Cup and saucer
Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory
1778
2005.179
Butter tub
English, Worcester
ca. 1770
94.103.131
Seeing is Believing
Howard Kottler
1976
2000.192.1
That Wonderful Windy Town
Howard Kottler
1976
2000.192.3
Knife handle
French, Chantilly
ca. 1745
87.142.2
Waste bowl
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1735
91.102.11
Cup in the form of a lotus
Egyptian, New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty
ca. 1550-1196 B.C.
63.46
Plate
Weller Pottery, Zanesville, Ohio
ca. 1903-07
98.34
Double-handled jar
Alfonso Patanazzi
ca. 1600 - 10
48.33
Shallow bowl
Maya
58.18
Mound Builder bowl with bird head
Native American
13th-14th century
53.55
Vase
Rookwood Pottery Co.
1906
98.35
Window box
Roseville Pottery Company
ca. 1910
98.36
Head of Hathor from the handle of a votive sistrum
Egyptian, Late period, 26th - 30th Dynasty
664-525 B.C.
58.77
Tobacco box
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1750
83.98
Miniature pot
Costa Rican
54.19
Boot vessel
Costa Rican
54.20
Vase
Costa Rican
54.21
Stirrup jar, bird
Peruvian
ca. 2nd century B.C.
64.29
Red-figure Kylix (cup) with Symposion Scene
Painter of the Paris Gigantomachia
active ca. 700 - 480 B.C.
59.30
Plate
Costa Rican
54.17
Vase
Costa Rican
54.18
Bowl
Dan
81.17.210
Teapot
English, Worcester
ca. 1753-54
94.103.5
Tea bowl
English, Worcester
ca. 1752
94.103.7
Reticulated cup
Austrian, Du Paquier
ca. 1730
95.100
Container lid (Erinle)
Yoruba
81.17.622
Deep plate
Caldas da Rainha factory
third quarter 19th century
75.11
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