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Classifications: Ceramics

Classifications: Ceramics
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
Vase
Japanese
ca. 710-794
56.197
Ki-Seto bowl
Japanese
16th century
62.45
Vase in shape of 3 carp
Japanese
1848-1853
34.78
Incense burner:  turnip and two quail
Japanese
18th century
41.31
Octagonal bowl with floral design
Japanese
1670 - 90s
76.97
Soba cup
Japanese
ca. 1800
98.47.13.4
Soba cup
Japanese
ca. 1800
98.47.13.5
Soba cup
Japanese
ca. 1800
98.47.13.6
Soba cup
Japanese
ca. 1800
98.47.13.7
Soba cup
Japanese
ca. 1800
98.47.13.8
Kiln waste:  Sake bottle
Japanese, Arita
ca. 17th century
92.47.18.2
Bottle
Japanese
92.47.17.1
Bottle
Japanese
92.47.17.2
Tea cup, named “Red Plum in Winter”
Donyu (Raku III)
early 17th century
52.67
Tea bowl, named “Jewel Beetle”
Donyu (Raku III)
17th century
52.68
Jar
Japanese
ca. 2500 BCE
93.69
Dish with floral design
Japanese
17th century
65.112
Square serving dish
Japanese
17th century
56.130
Plate with design of 'Hare on Waves'
Japanese
late 17th century
92.47.11
Ewer with bridge handle
Japanese
early 17th century
58.12
Plate
Japanese, Arita
late 17th century
56.122
Headrest
Japanese, Arita
ca. mid to late 17th century
76.100
Ewer
Japanese, Arita
18th century
70.11
Large plate
Japanese, Arita
late 17th - early 18th century
60.42
Plate
Japanese, Arita
16th-17th century
98.47.5.2
Plate
Japanese, Arita
16th-17th century
98.47.5.3
Plate
Japanese, Arita
16th-17th century
98.47.5.4
Dish
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1760
92.47.21
Cup
Japanese, Arita
19th century
92.47.25
Plate
Japanese, Arita
18th-19th century
98.47.12
Large bowl (obachi)
Japanese, Arita
ca. 1660-90
94.25
Plate
Japanese, Arita
late 17th century
59.14
Plate
Japanese, Arita
early 18th century
64.99
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