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Bi-chrome pottery bowl from Indus Valley

Bi-chrome pottery bowl from Indus Valley

Song Dynasty porcelain Pot with lotus pattern, Ding Kiln    Ding Kiln: It originated in the late Tang Dynasty (618-907) and ended in the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368). The main products of Ding Kiln in the Song Dynasty were white porcelain. In the mean time, green glaze, black glaze and brown glaze were also fired. Ding Kiln was famous for its beautiful, various decorative patterns. The plain, stamped vessels of Ding Kiln were always considered as a rarity of ceramic art.

Song Dynasty porcelain Pot with lotus pattern, Ding Kiln Ding Kiln: It originated in the late Tang Dynasty (618-907) and ended in the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368). The main products of Ding Kiln in the Song Dynasty were white porcelain. In the mean time, green glaze, black glaze and brown glaze were also fired. Ding Kiln was famous for its beautiful, various decorative patterns. The plain, stamped vessels of Ding Kiln were always considered as a rarity of ceramic art.

「Vase with Peacock glaze」陶磁器 H26xW24㎝ Hideaki Myiramura

「Vase with Peacock glaze」陶磁器 H26xW24㎝ Hideaki Myiramura

JOGS-Tucson-Gem-and-Jewelry-Show-Winter-2012_IMG_0497.jpg 1 000 × 1 500 bildepunkter

JOGS-Tucson-Gem-and-Jewelry-Show-Winter-2012_IMG_0497.jpg 1 000 × 1 500 bildepunkter

志野茶碗 銘 梅が香 しのちゃわん めい うめがか 陶器/一口 桃山時代・16世紀末期~17世紀初期

志野茶碗 銘 梅が香 しのちゃわん めい うめがか 陶器/一口 桃山時代・16世紀末期~17世紀初期

artpropelled:  This elegant clay pot comes from the Keram River area of Papua New Guinea’s East Sepik Province

artpropelled: This elegant clay pot comes from the Keram River area of Papua New Guinea’s East Sepik Province

Africa | Bowl from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood

Africa | Bowl from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood

AN EGYPTIAN BLACK BASALT JAR, PREDYNASTIC PERIOD (NAQADA II)/1ST DYNASTY, CIRCA 3500-2900 B.C. with finely contoured foot, ovoid body, twin tubular handles, and everted rim. Height 3 3/8 in. 8.6 cm.

AN EGYPTIAN BLACK BASALT JAR, PREDYNASTIC PERIOD (NAQADA II)/1ST DYNASTY, CIRCA 3500-2900 B.C. with finely contoured foot, ovoid body, twin tubular handles, and everted rim. Height 3 3/8 in. 8.6 cm.

Yoko Terai

Yoko Terai

Athenian Hydria: Archaic, 560-550 B.C.

Athenian Hydria: Archaic, 560-550 B.C.

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