Jar with high shoulder, wide mouth, rounded rim, narrow foot. Wheel thrown. Shell incrustation on interior.
Collection Area: Southeast Asian Art
Jar with thick walls and wide mouth, unadorned. The walls of the jar are extremely heavy; the much smaller conical interior does not conform to the contour of the exterior and ends well above the base. The exterior walls are “wrinkled,” as though the vessel was thrown into a mold.
Wide-mouthed vessel (bowl) with thick rim, unadorned. Inscription stamped on outside near rim: “new spring,” in two Chinese characters within horizontal oval cartouche. Wheel thrown. Some sort of dark incrustation inside.
Wide-mouthed vessel with thick, rounded rim. Wheel thrown. Small foot in propostion to size of vessel and mouth. Lower body trimmed to mid-point of vessel. Lime (?) in bottom.
Bowl with thick, rounded rim. Wheel thrown but cut from stationary wheel, leaving straight parallel lines on the base. (This is the only vessel of this type in the Hauge collection with this treatment of the foot.) Incrustation of shells and barnacles.
Wide-mouthed vessel with thick, rounded rim. Wheel thrown, extremely rough workmanship. Brown incrustation (lacquer?) on interior.
Wide, shallow vessel with thick rounded rim. Wheel thrown (spiral scar on base from cutting thread).
Small bowl with flat base and thick, rounded rim. Wheel thrown. Encustations of barnacles.
Small bowl with flattened everted rim, upright inverted walls, and flattened base. Hand-formed, using paddle and anvil. Traces of lime.