string(21) "edanmdm:fsg_FSC-P-522" Fragment of base of sagger, string-cutting mark; small ashglazed dish with curved rim (maruzara); fragment of an unglazed dish used as a stacking tool (hazamizara), showing scar of large clay stacking ring (for small jar?) on upper surface - National Museum of Asian Art

Fragment of base of sagger, string-cutting mark; small ashglazed dish with curved rim (maruzara); fragment of an unglazed dish used as a stacking tool (hazamizara), showing scar of large clay stacking ring (for small jar?) on upper surface

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At A Glance

  • Period

    late 16th century
  • Geography

    ogama kiln, possibly Ogaya district, Kani city, Gifu prefecture, Japan
  • Material

    Stoneware with ash glaze
  • Accession Number

    FSC-P-522
  • EDAN ID

    edanmdm:fsg_FSC-P-522

Object Details

  • Description

    Fragment of base of sagger, string-cutting mark.
    Small ash-glazed dish with curving rim (maruzara)
    Fragment of an unglazed dish used as a stacking tool (hazamizara), showing scar of large clay stacking ring (for small jar?) on upper surface.
  • Collection

    Freer Study Collection
  • Origin

    ogama kiln, possibly Ogaya district, Kani city, Gifu prefecture, Japan
  • Type

    Vessel
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