32 objects
F1897.12

Tea bowl with silk brocade design

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1897.12
<p>Clay: hard, grayish. Glaze: luminous cream-white, crackled. Pink flush in interior. Decoration: in purplish-brown and green enamels, and gold, over glaze. Textile design.</p>
F1899.37

Shiga ware cylindrical tea bowl in Oribe style

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1899.37
<p>White clay, pinkish buff where exposed. Decoration of grasses incised under clear brown wash; hatching incised under clear glaze (body indented in each area); and flower and grasses painted in black overglaze enamel. Kiln mark, &#8220;Shiga ,&#8221; in katakana syllables without frame, stamped on base inside foot rim. Thick iron wash over half, appearing dull &#8230;</p>
F1984.32a-c

Cloisonne-on-porcelain tea cannister with double lid, Seto ware and Nagoya workshop, one of a pair with F1984.33a-c

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1984.32a-c
<p>One of a pair of cloisonne-on-porcelain tea cannisters with double lids. The pair are modeled after Chinese pewter storage jars for loose-leaf tea, with porcelain inner lids covered by cap-shaped outer lids. Clay: Porcelain (Seto). Glaze: Clear glaze on interior of vessel and inside foot rim; neck and foot rim unglazed (foot rim appears to &#8230;</p>
F1993.19.2

Dish, from a set of ten with original box

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1993.19.2
<p>The dish was thrown on a potter&#8217;s kickwheel and then shaped over a bisque-fired clay mold. The footrim was then trimmed. The molded ten-lobed rim is edged with iron brown and coated with green (celadon) glaze, while the interior is painted in cobalt pigment with a design of iris blooming by a stream, under a &#8230;</p>
F1993.19.3

Dish, from a set of ten with original box

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1993.19.3
<p>The dish was thrown on a potter&#8217;s kickwheel and then shaped over a bisque-fired clay mold. The footrim was then trimmed. The molded ten-lobed rim is edged with iron brown and coated with green (celadon) glaze, while the interior is painted in cobalt pigment with a design of iris blooming by a stream, under a &#8230;</p>
F1993.19.4

Dish, from a set of ten with original box

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1993.19.4
<p>The dish was thrown on a potter&#8217;s kickwheel and then shaped over a bisque-fired clay mold. The footrim was then trimmed. The molded ten-lobed rim is edged with iron brown and coated with green (celadon) glaze, while the interior is painted in cobalt pigment with a design of iris blooming by a stream, under a &#8230;</p>