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Stoneware stem up with thick grey-cream glaze. Roughly potted. Applied prunus flower and cloud decoration. Stork and dragon in relief. Unglazed base.
Stoneware bowl on foot with green celadon glaze. Carved lotus petal decoration on the exterior. The base is unglazed.
Stoneware bowl on foot with celadon glaze. Incised pattern on the interior has been obscured by the celadon glaze. Glaze is crazed, rim has been damaged and then painted with gold lacquer.
Stoneware bottle - punch'ong ware. Covered with all-over white slip with a grey/green decoration of vertical dots. The neck is repaired in gold lacquer which has cloud motifs incised on it.
Earthenware tea bowl on high foot. Thrown and turned, straw coloured glaze. The well of the bowl incised with a spiral. This vessel is of the type imported into Japan in the early 17th century.
Bowl on foot with a grey-white glaze. Thrown stoneware body, bottom third and base is unglazed.
Brown glazed oil jar. Stoneware jar with a globular body and wide neck. Foot unglazed.
Porcelain bottle with straight sides and a blueish-white glaze over the body. Blue painted bamboo and prunus flower decoration. The foot and centre of the base are unglazed.
Proto-porcelain jar with a worn, creamy blue glaze. Missing or worn off in large areas of the jar and with kiln sand attached. Rough and damaged foot.