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Fragment of dish

Detail of a pattern
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At A Glance

  • Period

  • Geography

    Kurozasa kiln #30, Miyoshi-cho, Aichi prefecture, Japan
  • Material

    Stoneware with applied ash glaze
  • Dimension

    H x W (overall): 5.6 x 4.6 cm (2 3/16 x 1 13/16 in)
  • Accession Number



Object Details

  • Provenance

    To 1993
    Miyoshi Municipal Board of Education, Japan, excavated from ash pit (haibara) in front of firebox, Kurozasa kiln #30, Miyoshi-cho, Nishi Kamo-gun, Japan. [1]
    From 1993
    Freer Gallery of Art, gift of Miyoshi Municipal Board of Education, Japan. [2]
    [1] According to notes from Louise Cort dated June 30, 1994, “These sherds were requested as part of the Smithsonian-Bunkacho collaborative research project on high-temperature green-glazed ceramics in East and Southeast Asia. They were acquired from the Miyoshi Board of Education (the local town directly responsible for the excavation of sites within its boundaries) by Saito Takamasa, a Japanese member of the project who is a specialist in Sanage wares and participated in numerous excavations of Sanage kiln sites.” See Curatorial Remark 3 in the object record.
    [2] See note 1. See also object record.
  • Collection

    Freer Study Collection
  • Previous custodian or owner

    Miyoshi Municipal Board of Education
  • Origin

    Kurozasa kiln #30, Miyoshi-cho, Aichi prefecture, Japan
  • Credit Line

    Gift of Miyoshi Municipal Board of Education
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