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Vase in form of kingfisher on post.  Mid-19th century, Kyoto, Japan.  Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Vase in the form of a Kingfisher on a post, Edo period century)earthenware

Japanese serving dish  early 19th century, Edo period  stoneware w/ white slip, iron pigment under feldspathic glaze

Serving dish / early century - Kiyomizu Rokubei II Edo period Stoneware with white slip and iron pigment under feldspathic glaze H: W: cm Kyoto, Japan

Japanese Art | Container in the shape of a snow goose Late 19th century Meji era.  Earthenware with white slip and colored pigments under clear lead glaze.  H 6.6 cm, W 9.3 cm.  Ikaho, Japan  (Freer/Sackler The Smithsonian's Museums of Asian Art)

Container in the shape of a snow goose Late century Meji era. Ikaho, Japan (Freer/Sackler The Smithsonian's Museums of Asian Art)

Inro. Edo period (1615–1868), Japan //

Lacquer cointainers (Inrô) with Design of "The Hundred Horses" Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japanese

Romano-Egyptian Gold Snake Ring    2nd-3rd century AD . A cast finger ring formed as a coiled serpent with scale-textured body and lozengiform head; Egyptian workmanship.

A cast finger ring formed as a coiled serpent with scale-textured body and lozengiform head; 10 grams, 23 mm overall, mm internal diameter (approximate size British P USA Europe Japan

Vase. Iran, 17th century. Stonepaste; painted under a transparent glaze. 8 1/2 in. (21.6 cm). Accession Number: 24.47.1. © 2000–2012 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

This vase is typical of the objects that were displayed in open niches in reception rooms of upper-class Syrian residences during the Ottoman period

Usui-Kazunari-japanese-vase

Contemporary Form Zogan Vase by Usui Kazunari (Japanese:

Antique Imari Jar

This beautiful jar is made in the Imari style of ceramics. The Imari tradition, about 400 years old, is probably the best-know form of Japanese pottery as it w

clematis 1992 Yoshida Minori

Bowl with design of clematis 1992 Yoshida Minori , (Japanese, born Heisei era Porcelain with gold leaf over yellow and green glazes, under colorless glaze

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