Collection Area: Southeast Asian Art
Anvil with impressed cord marking. Traces of red pigment on handle. Clay: Unglazed earthenware.
Globular vessel with rounded base, tall neck, everted rim, cord-impressed pattern design from neck to bottom. Irregular coloration resulting from bonfire firiing.
Earthenware vessel with incised geometric designs and largely black surface, damaged during firing.
Shallow dish with wide base and everted flattened rim (Ban Kao tradition), attached to pedestal foot (Ban Chiang tradition). Pastiche. Clay: buff earthenware. Decoration: on foot only, incised motifs filled with red pigment.
Globular polychrome vessel with everted rim and pedestal foot. Red and buff swirling bands and lines throughout. Interior of rim painted red.
Globular vessel with rounded base, tall neck, everted rim, cord-impressed design from neck to base. Shaped with fine cord-wrapped paddle, which left marks over the body. Round hole intentionally made at midpoint of wall.
Earthenware vessel with pedestal and red painted curvilinear designs on base and rim. Long stemmed and flared base.
Large red-on-buff earthenware vessel with large hole in bottom that appears to be an intentional part of the object’s design .
Earthenware pedestaled vessel with red painted spiral designs with constricted neck and slightly flaring rim.