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Jar with incised and applied decoration
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Jar with incised and applied decoration

Medium:
Unglazed stoneware
Dimensions:
H x W x D: 38.7 x 29.2 x 29.2 cm (15 1/4 x 11 1/2 x 11 1/2 in)
Style:
Sukhothai or Phitsanulok ware
Type:
Ceramic, Vessel
Origin:
Sukhothai kilns or Ban Tao Hai kilns, Sukhothai or Phitsanulok, Sukhothai or Phitsanulok province, Thailand
Topic:
Sukhothai ware, Phitsanulok ware, Thailand, Ayutthaya period (1351 - 1767), stoneware, Southeast Asian Art
Credit Line:
Purchase--Diana Sinkler Clagett, Ellen Walton, Karol K. Rodriguez, Donna L. Collins, and Museum funds
Date:
14th-15th century
Period:
Ayutthaya period
Accession Number:
F1995.7
Data Source:
Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Provenance:
Early 1960s Excavated in situ Bananan, Barangay San Isidro, Puerto Galera municipality, Oriental Mindoro province, Philippines, in the early 1960s [1] Early 1960s Mr. And Mrs. Napoleon Jamir, purchased in Manila in the early 1960s [2] Early 1960s Mr. Arturo de Santos, purchased from Mrs. Napoleon Jamir, the Philippines, in the early 1960s [3] To about 1995 Venecio Magbuhos (V.M. Antiques), Ermita, Manila, purchased from Mr. Arturo de Santos, to about 1995 [4] About 1995 John Forbes (Galleon Trading Company), Silver Spring, MD, purchased from Venecio Magbuhos, about 1995 [5] From 1995 Freer Gallery of Art, purchased from John Forbes in 1995 Notes: [1] According to a letter from John Forbes to Louise Cort, September 20, 1994 (see Curatorial Note 11 in the object record). [2] Napoleon Jamir's wife, whose name is unknown, collected ceramics and operated an antique shop (see Curatorial Note 11 in the object record). [3] According to Curatorial Note 11 in the object record. [4] See note 3. [5] See note 3.
Rights:
Copyright with museum






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