Unevenly made jar of desert clay | Predynastic Period | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Unevenly made jar of desert clay Period: Predynastic Period Date: ca. 3850–2960 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Southern Upper Egypt, Hierakonpolis (el-Kom el-Ahmar), MMA
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Buff earthenware with applied and brushed slip decoration and traces of lead glaze. A kiln waster. English (Wiltshire, Laverstock), late 13th century. Museum Number C.10-1965.
Collection - Bowl F 9787
Bowl F 9787 Owner: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam Dating: 1550-1600 Material: Sgraffito earthenware Excavation: Netherlands Place of origin: Beauvais, France Decoration/Inscription: Tulip
Albarello (drug jar) Spain, 15th century Name: Albarello (drug jar) Place of creation: Spain Date: 15th century School: Valencia Material: majolica Technique: painted in cobalt and golden lustre Dimension: h. 40,8 cm.