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Stoneware tea bowl decorated with jian yao or temmoku glaze. Song dynasty, 960AD-1279.
Stem cup and cover or 'kobae'. Shallow bowl-shaped body supported on a column pierced with three slits. Hard slate-grey earthenware body, unglazed. The cover is decorated with two bands of incised ...
Porcelain offering dish on octagonal foot. Crackled light green celadon glaze.
Stoneware grey pot with cover - Sawankhalok ware. Raised knop on cover and iron pigment lotus petal design. The body has a fine band of foliage scroll in iron pigment.
Large bottle vase or wine flask with crackle glaze. Earthenware with all-over cream crackle glaze which has peeled off near to the base. Base 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.
Earthenware horse on rectangular base. Highly detailed model, with red painted saddlecloth and traces of red pigment on the head. Tang dynasty, 618-906 AD.
Small porcelain or proto-porcelain cosmetics jar with cover. Covered on the outside with a white finely crackled glaze. Unglazed base and interior.