Buff clay. Glaze: Translucent semimatte ash glaze with brown crackle. Foot rim and base unglazed; three spur marks in bottom. Stained around rim inside and out; glaze abraded on rim. Decoration: Faint gray-blue underglaze cobalt painted decoration of four “Chinese characters” evenly spaced around outside, one in bottom inside double ring.
Zoomorphic mask, moulded with two holes at edges of mouth. Clay: buff-grey stoneware with shell chips. Glaze: mottled red and olive green; interior unglazed.
Jar of ‘olive’ form with tapered neck towards wide mouth with rounded rim, coarse flat base. Four horizontal grooved lug-handles with moulded circular ends on shoulder. Clay: brown stoneware. Glaze: iron blackish brown with lustre, mottled, glossy, opaque; blistering caused possibly by gases escaping from the clay or glaze during firing. Decoration: four moulded circular …
Small globuar bottle with shell scars on the body; full of lime. Clay: dark grey stoneware. Glaze: brown iron glaze. Decoration: rows of incised rings on the shoulder.
Underfired bowl with celadon glaze stopping at the middle of the exterior body. Rim has been cut away, exposing buff-orange stoneware clay. Unglazed stacking ring on the interior bottom. Clay: burr-orange stoneware. Glaze: Decoration: none.
Beaker with straight sides, slightly flared rim and rounded base. Clay: light grey stoneware. Glaze: clear with greenish tinge, transparent, glossy; rim base unglazed. Decoration: painted in underglaze blue with a band of classic scroll below rim, a wide band of floral scroll on body, overlapping lotus petals above foot.