Hand-pinched from light gray, medium-textured clay. Uneven rim blackened with soot on edges.
Collection Area: Southeast Asian Art
Steep-sided bowl with everted rim and cord-impressed texture on lower portion. Formed by hand using cord-wrapped paddle and anvil.
Round-bodied vessel with straight rim. Possibly formed using paddle (and anvil), but walls are quite thick. Exterior coated with red slip, worn off in areas. Blackened interior.
Round-bodied vessel with contracted neck and tall everted rim. Heavy for its size. Hand-formed, possibly finished with paddle.
Small, rounded, iregularly-shaped vessel with everted, uneven rim. Hand-formed. Unglazed. Incrusted on the interior with unknown substance.
Small round-bodied vessel with inverted rim and domed lid with handle. Traces of decoration on vessel body of thin parallel lines, painted with red pigment, running diagonally in one direction on the rim (short lines) and diagonally in the opposite direction on the body (long lines).