[X] Sukhothai period (ca. 1219/1243 - 1378) [X] Southeast Asian Art

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21 objects
S2005.238

Baluster jar

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.238
<p>Baluster-shaped jar with tall, broad cylindrical neck, flanged mouth, disc-shaped flat base, and four nubs on shoulder. Clay: grey stoneware, blackened by reduction firing. Glaze: none. Decoration: stamped with a row of pointed designs above incised bands on lower neck; three bands of decoration with bosses, impressed slant lines and jabbed marks on upper shoulder, &#8230;</p>
S2005.239

Jar with applied, incised, and stamped decoration

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.239
<p>Baluster-shaped jar, with broad cylindrical neck, flanged mouth, broad shoulder tapered to foot and flat base. Four applied studs on shoulder. Rim distorted during firing. Clay: grey stoneware. Glaze: none. Decoration: a band of jabbed decoration below neck; a band of stamped pipal leave design on shoulder; incised horizontal lines on waist and foot.</p>
S2005.240

Jar with applied, incised, and combed decoration

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.240
<p>Baluster-shaped jar with tall cylindrical neck, flaring flanged mouth, borad shoulder, tapering body, and flat disc-shaped base. Clay: grey stoneware, oxidised to brownish grey. Glaze: none. Fly-ash glaze accumulated on the surfaces of the neck and body of the jar facing the flame, but that &#8220;natural glaze&#8221; later flaked off, exposing the lighter gray surface &#8230;</p>
S2005.243

Jar

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.243
<p>Squat baluster-shaped jar with tall cylindrical neck, flaring flanged mouth, borad shoulder, tapering body, and flat disc-shaped base.</p>
S2005.298

Dish

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.298
<p>Dish with rounded sides, everted rim and carved footring; five spur marks from other kiln stacking disc on interior bottom; a black circular scar from kiln tubular support on base. Clay: medium grey stoneware with white impurities, coarse and grainy. Glaze: clear, low gloss, transparent; foot and base unglazed. Decoration: painted in underglaze iron pigment &#8230;</p>