Jar: tall baluster, with small mouth; recessed foot. Wood stand. Clay: hard, buff, stoneware. Glaze: grayish-cream; compound crackle. Decoration: peony design in relief, under glaze.
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Vase: baluster form; depressed base. Wood stand – discarded. Clay: dense, white. Glaze: lustrous cream-white; closely crackled; finely pitted.
Jar: four sided with bulging outlines; square mouth and base. Pottery cover. Clay: hard, light-gray. Glaze: deep cream-color; crackled and stained. Decoration: butterflies in brown, one under and one, over glaze. Head and ring handles in relief.
Bowl, broad ovoidal; bold basal ring. Clay: hard, grayish, sonant. Glaze: glassy; cream slip under glaze, inside; light warm brown with darker cloudings, outside; fissured, blistered, and chipped. Decoration: in under-glaze cream and brown slip. Around the outside–flowers and calligraphic squiggles.
Clay: hard, gray. Glaze: thin, glassy, yellow-brown. Interior, lower portion of body, flat base unglazed. Adhesions on one side.