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Classifications: Ceramics

Classifications: Ceramics
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Jar with Wrapping
Philippines
early 20th century
2003.94
Peach-shaped dish
Japanese
late 19th century
SC77.78
Jar (Tsubo)
Japanese
late 16th century
92.47.63
Tea storage jar
Japanese
15th century
75.60
Storage jar
Korean
4th century
94.154
Ginger Jar
Chinese
1672-1722
33.1148
Pillow
Chinese
916-1124
53.30
Vase in shape of 3 carp
Japanese
1848-1853
34.78
Pillow
Chinese
907 - 1101
39.1
Jingdezhen ware
Chinese
70.40
Sancai ware
Chinese
8th century
45.72
Kiln waste:  Sake bottle
Japanese, Arita
ca. 17th century
92.47.18.2
Vase
Chinese
48.34
Meiping (plum vase)
Chinese
11th-13th century
49.58
Bottle
Japanese
92.47.17.1
Bottle
Japanese
92.47.17.2
Covered box
Chinese
18th century
73.5
Plate in chrysanthemum shape
Chinese
1736 - 95
35.222
Footed dish
Chinese
18th century
35.239
Snuff bottle as elephant
Chinese
1735-96
35.557
Tea cup, named “Red Plum in Winter”
Donyu (Raku III)
early 17th century
52.67
Moon Jar
Park Young-sook
2007
2007.86
Jar
Japanese
ca. 2500 BCE
93.69
Vase
Korean
9th-10th century
91.41
Container in the form of a bull bearing a pot
Persian
12th to early 13th century
38.139
Bowl with floral medallions
Chinese
1723-1735
70.44
Faceted bottle
Korean
late 18th century
55.46
Vase
Chinese
18th century
65.60
Vase
Chinese
1700–1715
50.59
Dish with floral design
Japanese
17th century
65.112
Jar
Chinese
9th century
59.121
Vase with floral rinceau decoration
Vietnamese
15th Century
56.117
Stemcup with fish design
Chinese
1723-1735
53.107
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