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UH80141: Sawankhalok Ceramic Covered Box
Sawankhalok Ceramic Covered Box

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UH80141
Antique ceramic covered box from the Sawankhalok kilns, Thailand of paneled globular form with a brown glazed flat top having incised bands around a raised lotus bud shaped finial, the shoulder portion of the lid with 11 depressed panels outlined in double lines with foliate vine decoration within alternating with stacked scallop (possibly lotus leaves) design, repeated and elongated in the base exterior in 14 depressed panels all decorated in under glaze iron brown with a milky opalescent glaze over the design stopping at the well trimmed raised foot rim, the unglazed base with traces of the pontil firing scar and pinkish flash to the grey biscuit. The interior of the base with a thin translucent glaze, the interior of the lid unglazed. Tight fit of lid to base. 
One minor hairline crack from the rim of the base to mid body, and a minor firing flaw at the shoulder of the lid  overall fine condition. 
Measuring: 4-1/4 inches high x 4-3/4 inches in diameter. (11cm x 12cm) 
Weight: 1 lb. 2 oz. (504g.)
14th/15th century. 
$600.

Ex Collection: by descent, Don Christensen, Penang, Malaysia.

For similar examples see: 
The Ceramic Wares of Siam, Charles Nelson Spinks Ph.D. The Siam Society, Bangkok, 1965 pl.28, Collection of Praya Buranasiri Ponsa.
Ceramic Art of Southeast Asia, The Southeast Asian Ceramic Society 1971, p.147, #207,  Mr. & Mrs. E.M.T. Lu.
South-East Asian and Chinese Trade Pottery, The Oriental Ceramics Society of Hong Kong, 1979, pp. 240 - 241, #272.
Siamese Pottery in Indonesia, Charles Nelson Spinks, The Siam Society, Bangkok, 1959, fig. 30 (found in Southern Sulawesi).
Seattle Art Museum, Gloria Gunn Prince Collection, accession number 92.82.25 and 92.82.37
Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Gift of John and Helen Espir accession number: IS.60:1,2-2002
Asian Civilisations Museum, Gift of Dr. Earl Lu, accession number: 1992-00804
Prof. Dr. Roger Goepper, Legend and Reality: Early Ceramics from South-East Asia, 1977, #175.
$600.00
 
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UH80142: Sawankhalok Mangosteen Box
Sawankhalok Mangosteen Box

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UH80142
Antique ceramic magosteen box from the Sawankhalok kilns, Thailand of globular form with tapered base, resembling a mangosteen having a fruit calyx composed of four sepals and curled stem as the finial knob, the under glaze iron brown decoration continuous top and bottom of four arched sections two with a double lattice and dot design and the other two with continuous foliate vine design  having a translucent glaze overall, two incised bands near the flat  unglazed base with traces of the pontil firing scar. The interior of the base with a light degraded glaze, the interior of the lid unglazed. Tight fit of lid to base. Minor  rim nicks including an area where some of the lid rim adheres to the base providing a clear lid to base connection, otherwise excellent condition. 
Measuring 3 in. high x 3-7/8” in diameter. (7.8cm x 10cm) 
Weight: 11 oz. (311g.)
14th/15th century. 
$350.

Ex Collection: by descent, Don Christensen, Penang, Malaysia.

For similar examples see: 
Ceramic Art of Southeast Asia, The Southeast Asian Ceramic Society Singapore 1971 p.148, #212 Dr. D. Stephens.
South-East Asian and Chinese Trade Pottery, The Oriental Ceramics Society of Hong Kong, 1979, pp. 238-239, #270.
$350.00
 
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UH80143: Sawankhalok Ceramic Covered Box
Sawankhalok Ceramic Covered Box

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UH80143
Antique ceramic box with cover from the Sawankhalok kilns, Thailand of shouldered globular form with a flat top having incised foliate vine plant decoration featured in a green/brown glaze with a raised nipple finial on center, the shoulder and body in a translucent white glaze with no incised decoration underneath stopping short of the neatly trimmed foot of a gray porcelaneous stoneware, the base with traces of the pontil firing scar in residue and depressions. The interior of the base with a thin translucent wash glaze, the interior of the lid unglazed. Tight fit of lid to base. 
Excellent condition. 
Measuring 3 inches high x 3-3/4 inches in diameter. (7.8cm x 9.5cm) 
Weight: 10 oz. (274g.)
14th/15th century. 
$500.

Ex Collection: by descent, Don Christensen, Penang, Malaysia.

For similar examples see: 
Southeast Asian Ceramics: Ninth through Seventeenth Centuries, Dean F. Frasche, The Asia Society Gallery, New York, 1976., p. 66 #29 (Lent by Mr. & Mrs. Dale Keller).
Ceramic Art of Southeast Asia, The Southeast Asian Ceramic Society 1971, p.157, #239,  Mr. & Mrs. E.M.T. Lu.
South-East Asian and Chinese Trade Pottery, The Oriental Ceramics Society of Hong Kong, 1979, pp. 254 - 255, #293.
Seattle Art Museum, Gloria Gunn Prince collection, accession number 92.82.34
Asian Civilizations Museum, Singapore, accession number: 1992-00812 & 1992-00814 & 1992-00811
Prof. Dr. Roger Goepper, Legend and Reality: Early Ceramics from South-East Asia, 1977, #143.
$500.00
 
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UH80140: Sawankhalok Ceramic Condiment Box
Sawankhalok Ceramic Coindiment Box

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UH80140
Antique ceramic condiment box from the Sawankhalok kilns, Thailand, of shouldered globular form with a domed top having a serrated petal ring around a raised button finial, the domed portion with continuous foliate vine design  decorated in a translucent white glaze and caramel brown glaze depicting the vine with some pooling near th double incised band and the shoulder with pendant saw teeth beneath, the base repeats the foliate vine scroll pattern on the body, two incised bands near the raised, trimmed and glazed foot, the unglazed base with traces of the pontil firing scar. The interior of the bottom with a brown glaze, the interior of the lid unglazed. Tight fit of lid to base.
Three repaired chips to the interior rim of the base, the top clean without any restorations, overall fine condition.
Measuring: 3 in. high x 4” in diameter. (7.8cm x 10.2cm) 
Weight: 10 oz. (285g.)
14th/15th century. 
$700.

Ex Collection: by descent, Don Christensen, Penang, Malaysia.

For similar examples see: 
Southeast Asian Ceramics: Ninth through Seventeenth Centuries, Dean F. Frasche, The Asia Society Gallery, New York, 1976., p. 59 #17 (Lent by the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University)
South-East Asian and Chinese Trade Pottery, The Oriental Ceramics Society of Hong Kong, 1979, pp. 256 - 257, #296.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Accession Number: 1989.238.32a, b and 1989.238.34a, b
Freer Sackler Galleries, Washington D.C., Dorothy M. Slak, Accession number F1986.48a-b
$700.00
 
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UH80139: Sawankhalok Persimmon Box
Sawankhalok Persimmon Box

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UH80139
Antique ceramic covered box from the Sawankhalok kilns, Thailand of squat globular persimmon form with pinched sepal ridge and  curled stem finial top decorated in a caramel brown and translucent white glaze on the stoneware biscuit in a saw tooth design at the the shoulder and foliate vine scroll pattern on the body, two incised bands near the foot with a trimmed countersunk unglazed base with traces of the pontil firing scar. The interior of the base with a thin translucent glaze, the interior of the lid unglazed. Tight fit of top to bottom.
Evidence of a repair  to a large chip to the interior rim of the base and two further small chips unrestored, the top clean without any restorations, overall fine condition.
Measuring 2-3/4 in. high x 4” in diameter. (7cm x 10.2cm) 
Weight: 11 oz. (300g.)
14th/15th century. 
$550.

Ex Collection: by descent, Don Christensen, Penang, Malaysia.

For similar examples see: 
Siamese Pottery in Indonesia, Charles Nelson Spinks, The Siam Society, Bangkok, 1959, fig. 28 (found in Soouthern Sulawesi).
The Ceramic Wares of Siam, Charles Nelson Spinks Ph.D. The Siam Society, Bangkok, 1965 pl.25, Collection of Mr. John Alexander Pope, Freer Gallery of Art.
Ceramic Art of Southeast Asia, The Southeast Asian Ceramic Society, p.161, #252 The University of Singapore, 
Seattle Art Museum, Gloria Gunn Prince Collection, accession number 92.82.22
Prof. Dr. Roger Goepper, Legend and Reality: Early Ceramics from South-East Asia, 1977, #190.
$550.00
 
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UH80082: Sawankhalok Fruit Form Ceramic Box
Sawankhalok Fruit Form Ceramic Box

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UH80082
Thai ceramic covered box from the Sawankhalok kilns of globular fruit form with pinched foliate rim and sepal stem finial on top decorated in iron brown/black  glaze in  double bands outlining a foliate scroll vine on the base and abstract spots on the lid with another transparent white glaze having a pleasing blue tinted flash on the shoulder over the exterior save the adjoining rims, inside of the lid, the foot rim and the countersunk base. lid and base have the same exterior diameter thus lid to base fitting neatly however not a tight fit due to the slight variance of the angled interior base lip. 
Excellent condition. 
Measuring 3 inches high x 3-7/8 inches in diameter. 
11 ounces (304g.)
14th/15th century. 
$250.

Ex Collection: Richard Fenn, New York

For similar examples see:
Seattle Art Museum, Gloria Gunn Prince Collection, accession number 92.82.18 & Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection, accession number 50.142
Victoria & Albert Museum, London, accession number: C.59&A-1944
$250.00
 
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UH80081: Sawankhalok Polygon Ceramic Box
Sawankhalok Polygon Ceramic Box

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UH80081
Thai ceramic covered box from the Sawankhalok kilns of a round polygon form, the base with 11 sides and the top with nine sides with serrated top decoration radiating from a raised lotus bud finial on top, decorated in iron on the biscuit of foliate scroll panels on the lid contained within concentric bands and the base similarly decorated but alternating panels with a singular leaf design covered overall in a white cast translucent glaze having minor degradation from burial, except for the brown glazed finial, the respective appropriately fitting rims, the interior of the lid, portions of the raised foot and the base with the characteristic pontil firing scar. 
Excellent condition. 
Measuring 3-3/4 inches high x 4 inches in diameter. 
14th/15th century. 
10 ounces (270g.)
$250.

Ex Collection: Richard Fenn, New York

For a similar example see:
The Ceramic Wares of Siam, Charles Nelson Spinks Ph.D. The Siam Society, Bangkok, 1965 pl.24, Frasche Collection.
$250.00
 
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UH80080: Sawankhalok Fruit and Vine Ceramic Box
Sawankhalok Fruit and Vine Ceramic Box

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UH80080 
Thai ceramic covered box from the Sawankhalok kilns of globular fruit form with peaked foliate rim and sepal stem finial within a raised ring on top, decorated in iron brown/black on the biscuit of a tender foliate scroll pattern on lid and body contained within circular bands, covered in a crackled translucent glaze except for the tight joining rim edges, the interior of the lid, the raised foot rim and the base, the unglazed base biscuit with a circular  pontil firing scar. 
One repair to the base interior lip edge with a hairline crack from the repair to the foot, otherwise fine condition. 
Measuring 4-1/8 inches high x 5-1/4 inches in diameter. 
1 lb. 4 oz. (551g.)
14th/15th century. 
$350.

Ex Collection Richard Fenn, New York

For similar examples see: 
Southeast Asian Ceramics: Ninth Through Seventeenth Centuries, Dean F. Frasche, P. 70 #34.
Freer Sackler Galleries, Washington D.C., Hauge Collection, accession number S2005.188a-b
$350.00
 
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CY93412: Anamese Lotus Box
Anamese lotus box

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CY93412
Anamese blue and white ceramic covered flat top circular box with lid decoration in under glaze cobalt blue of a lotus blossom with speckled blue background within circular bands, the body glazed clear except for the interior rims and the trimmed foot and base with the Hoi An Hoard label artifact #202889, recovered from the 1999 salvage of a wreck off the Vietnamese coast.
Excellent condition.
1-1/2 in. high x 2-1/8 in. in diameter.
Circ 1500.
$250.
$250.00
 
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CY93421: Anamese Tortoise Water Pot
Anamese Tortoise Water Pot

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CY93421
Anamese enameled tortoise shaped water pot with tiny head, tail and feet at the shoulder decorated in green enamel and traces of red on the top of circular spot design, circular aperture on the back, covered in a clear glaze stopping short of the flat base with the Hoi An Hoard label artifact #13334 recovered from the 1999 salvage of a wreck off the Vietnamese coast.
Minor glaze degradation otherwise excellent condition.
1-1/4 in. high x 2-1/4 in. in diameter.
Circa 1500.
$450.
$450.00
 
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EH50028: Khmer Ceramic Bird Lime Pot
Khmer bird pot

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EH50028
Khmer squat globular stoneware jarlet in the form of an owl covered in a brown glaze stopping short of the elevated string cut foot displaying the beige biscuit, an owl’s beak and eyes in relief on the shoulder and a relief suggestion of tail feathers on the opposing side, incised concentric rings around the mouth and vertical lines on the body, tail feathers and base chipped, glaze frits otherwise good condition.
2-1/4" High x 3" in Diameter.
12th Century.
$400.

Ex Collection: Miss C. Margaret Goldney, Ightham, Sevenoaks, Kent.

For other examples of Khmer bird pots see:
H. Fujiwara, Khmer ceramics from the Kamratan Collection in the Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum, Kyoto, 1990, pp.74-79.
D.F. Frasche, Southeast Asian Ceramics, 1976. #13.
Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong, South-EastAsian and Chinese Trade Pottery, 1979, p.219.
J.C. Shaw, Introducing Thai Ceramics Also Burmese and Khmer, 1987, p.21.
Prof. Dr. Roger Goepper, Legend and Reality: Early Ceramics from South-East Asia, 1977, #43.
$400.00
 
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EH50030: Khmer Bird Lime Pot
Khmer bird lime pot

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EH50030
Khmer globular stoneware lime jar in the form of an owl covered in a brown glaze stopping short of the elevated string cut foot displaying the beige biscuit, an owl’s beak and eyes in relief on the shoulder and a relief suggestion of tail feathers on the opposing side, incised concentric rings around the mouth.
Minor glaze frits otherwise fine condition.
3-1/2" High x 4-1/2" in Diameter.
1 lb. 6 oz.
12th Century.
$800.

Ex Collection: Miss C. Margaret Goldney, Ightham, Sevenoaks, Kent.
 

For other examples of Khmer bird pots see:
H. Fujiwara, Khmer ceramics from the Kamratan Collection in the Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum, Kyoto, 1990, pp.74-79.
D.F. Frasche, Southeast Asian Ceramics, 1976. #13.
Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong, South-East Asian and Chinese Trade Pottery, 1979, p.219.
J.C. Shaw, Introducing Thai Ceramics Also Burmese and Khmer, 1987, p.21.
Prof. Dr. Roger Goepper, Legend and Reality: Early Ceramics from South-East Asia, 1977, #45a-b.

$800.00
 
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EH50031: Sawankhalok Brown/White Ceramic Box
Sawankhalok Brown & white box

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EH50031
Thai ceramic covered box from the Sawankhalok kilns of globular fruit form with pinched foliate rim and sepal stem finial on top decorated in brown and white glaze in a peaked zigzag design at the the shoulder and foliate scroll pattern on the body, the unglazed base biscuit burnt orange/pink outside of the pontil firing scar.
Excellent condition.
Measuring 3 in. high x 5 in. in diameter.
1 lb. 4 oz.
14th/15th century.
$750.

Ex Collection: Miss C. Margaret Goldney, Ightham, Sevenoaks, Kent. 

For similar examples see: 
The Ceramic Wares of Siam, Charles Nelson Spinks Ph.D. The Siam Society, Bangkok, 1965 pl.25, Collection of Mr. John Alexander Pope, Freer Gallery of Art.
Ceramic Art of Southeast Asia, The Southeast Asian Ceramic Society, p.82, #250 Mr. & Mrs. Frank Lammers, p.161 #251 The University of Singapore, p.162 #253 Mr. William Willetts, #254 The University of Singapore.
Seattle Art Museum, Gloria Gunn Prince Collection, accession number 92.82.87 & Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection, accession number 50.144
Asian Civilizations Museum, Singapore, Gift of Dr. Earl Lu, accession number: 1992-00810
$750.00
 
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NH00017: Sukhothai Fish Bowl
Sukhothai Fish Bowl

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NH00017
Thai Sukhothai kiln bowl with black slip painting of a fish with his tail extending beyond the concentric band on center, further band decoration at the lip and outside wall, covered overall in a crackled milky greenish white translucent glaze stopping short of the raised foot rim revealing the tan biscuit.
Five spur marks on center, kiln grit adhesions, bubbled glaze surface, some minor rim frits otherwise fine condition.
2-3/4 in. high x 9-1/2 in. in diameter.
2 lbs 2 oz. (964g.)
14th/15th century.
$750.

For a similar examples see:
Introducing Thai Ceramics Also Burmese and Khmer, J.C. Shaw, p.44
Seattle Art Museum,  Gloria Gunn Prince Collection, accession number 92.82.35
$750.00
 
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TH30002: Large Anamese Jarlet
Large Jarlet

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TH30002
Anamese blue and white ceramic jar, of globular form with narrow neck decorated in under glaze cobalt blue of lotus petals, the lobed body decorated in leafy tendrils and four petaled flower blossoms with a swirl band surrounding the trimmed, raised and unglazed foot, brown iron wash on the base. Excellent condition.
3-1/2 in. high x 3-5/8 in. in diameter.
15th/16th century.
$450.
$450.00
 
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TH30003: Anamese Lotus Box
Lotus box

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TH30003
Anamese blue and white ceramic covered flat top circular box with lid decoration in under glaze cobalt blue of a peony blossom with leafy blue background within circular bands, the body glazed clear except for the interior rims and the trimmed foot and base.
Excellent condition.
1-7/8 in high x 2-1/2 in.in diameter.
15th/16th century.
$380.
$380.00
 
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TH30004: Anamese Melon Box
Anamese Melon Box

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TH30004
Anamese molded blue and white covered box, the cover delicately decorated with a central floral medallion from which radiate six conjoined ruyi lappets, the sides with six lotus petal reserves containing alternating patterns of spots and lattice, evidence of further polychrome decoration of red and green, countersunk base.
Minor rim frit on the interior, minor glaze deterioration, otherwise excellent condition.
1-1/2 in. high x 2-1/8 in. in diameter.
15th/16th century.
$320.
$320.00
 
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TH30005: Anamese Landscape Box
Landscape Box

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TH30005
Anamese blue and white ceramic covered flat top circular box with lid decoration in under glaze cobalt blue of a landscape scene containing trees, rocks and pavilion all within circular bands, the body glazed clear except for the interior rims and the trimmed foot and base.
Excellent condition.
1-3/4 in. high x 2-3/8 in in diameter.
15th/16th century.
$290.
$290.00
 
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TH30006: Anamese Ceramic Covered Box
Anamese Ceramic Covered Box

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TH30006
Anamese blue and white ceramic covered box, globular form with concave depression on center of the flat lid, decorated with flower blossom on center surrounded by petals and lappets alternating with tendrils and water plants, the side panels alternating with waves and leafy tendrils, glazed overall except for the countersunk footed base.
Minor glaze wear and marine encrustations otherwise fine condition.
1-7/8 in. high x 2-5/8 in. in diameter.
15th/16th Century.
$190.

For a similar example see: 
Asian Civilisations Museum, accession number: 1993-00490
$190.00
 
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TH30007: Anamese Ceramic Covered Box
Anamese Ceramic Covered Box

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TH30007
Anamese blue and white ceramic covered box, circular form with flat top, decorated in a stylized floral spray on center, framed by a band of water plants within oval reserves against a crosshatched ground, the sides of both the cover and the base having alternating panels containing scrolling tendrils and geometric trellis pattern, the rims and base unglazed.
Minor marine encrustations, otherwise fine condition.
2 in. high x 2-7/8 in. in diameter.
15th/16th century.
$190.
$190.00
 
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TH30008: Anamese Ceramic Covered Box
Anamese ceramic covered box

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TH30008
Anamese blue and white ceramic covered box, circular form with flat top, decorated in a stylized floral spray on center, framed by a band of water plants, the sides of both the cover and the base having alternating panels containing scrolling tendrils and geometric trellis pattern, the rims and base unglazed.
Dramatic glaze degradation form marine action where the dense cobalt areas have transformed to a dark gray brown, minor foot frits, otherwise fine condition.
2 in. high x 2-3/4 in. in diameter.
15th/16th century.
$190.

For a similar example see: 
Asian Civilisations Museum, accession number: 1993-00488 & Gift of Pamela Hickley, accession number: 2017-00278
$190.00
 
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UG71008: Anamese Limepot
Anamese Limepot

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UG71008
Anamese Three-colour Ware Ceramic Lime Pot for slaked lime a component for the social practice of chewing “Betelnut”, globular form resembling an areca nut with round aperture at the shoulder and  decorative overhead handle stylized in such a way that it could be interpreted as a dragon with tablets with four legs and feet adhering to the shoulder or  a stem branch with tendrils terminating in raised short spikes and molded oblong shapes resembling bunches of areca nut, all  covered in a crackled transparent glaze with copper green on the handle, sturdy foot rim  decorated by a band of iron oxide brown where the body meets the foot, the base is unglazed.
Lime residue, otherwise excellent condition.
6-1/4 in. high x 4 in. in diameter.
2 lbs. (900g.)
17th century.
$950.

For similar example see: 
Kerry Nguyen Long, “The Vietnamese Limepot”, Arts of Asia September/October 1997 Vol 27:5 pp. 66 - 77. with several examples of this form shown.
Asian Civilisations Museum, Gift of Mr. Loh Teh Soon, accession number: 1997-02692
$950.00
 
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UG81052: Anamese Plate with Bird Design
Anamese Dish w/ bird Design

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UG81052
Anamese blue and white ceramic dish with raised rim decorated in under glaze cobalt blue of a plump bird perched on a leafy bamboo branch on center, surrounded by a band of orchid blossoms and vines, the exterior wall decorated with lotus form lappets, raised foot rim and iron brown washed base with the Hoi An Hoard label, artifact #146386, recovered from the 1999 salvage of a wreck off the Vietnamese coast.
One small iron stain at the unglazed rim otherwise excellent condition.
9-1/4 in. in diameter.
Circa 1500.
$1200.
$1200.00
 
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UH12001: Anamese Sitting Bird Plate
Anamese Sitting Bird Plate 10”

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UH12001
Anamese blue and white ceramic dish with raised rim, decorated in under glaze cobalt blue of a parrot perched on a prunus branch on center surrounded by decorative bands of foliate scrolls and lotus blossoms, the exterior wall decorated with lotus form lappets, raised foot rim and iron brown washed base with some marine adhesions.
Ocean degraded glaze finish otherwise fine condition.
10-1/8 in. in diameter.
Circa 1500.
$1200.
$1200.00
 
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