Keywords: Bangkok period (1782 - )

72 objects
S2004.123

Pot for palm sugar, re-used as a lime-paste container

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2004.123

Small, rounded-bottom vessel with everted rim. Paddle-stamped patterns on surface–diamond lattice on wall, “comb”-shaped sets of parallel straight lines on base. Hand-formed, using a wooden paddle carved with two patterns and an anvil. White accretions (lime?) on interior and exterior, with traces of bronze corrosion in the lime.

S2004.121

Pot for palm sugar, re-used as a lime-paste pot

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2004.121

Small shallow, steep-sided vessel with everted rim. Paddle-impressed pattern on bottom. Hand-formed, using wooden paddle carved with two patterns (rhomboid lattice and straight, parallel lines) and anvil. Traces of lime on interior.

S2004.120

Pot for palm sugar

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2004.120

Small, round-bottomed vessel with paddle-impressed designs (diamond pattern on shoulder, parallel line “comb” pattern on base),and wide everted rim. Hand-formed, using paddle carved with two different patterns, and anvil.

S2004.119

Pot for palm sugar

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2004.119

Small, rounded-bottomed vessel, with everted rim and paddle-impressed patterns on wall and base. Hand-formed, using paddle carved with parallel straight lines. The lines are uprignt around the wall and radiating around the base.

S2004.118

Pot for palm sugar

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2004.118

Small rounded-bottom vessel with everted rim and paddle-impressed pattern on walls and base. Hand-formed, using a paddle carved with straight parallel lines, and an anvil.

S2004.116

Pot for palm sugar

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2004.116

Small bowl with flattened everted rim, upright inverted walls, and flattened base. Hand-formed, using paddle and anvil. Traces of lime.

S2004.115

Pot for palm sugar

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2004.115

Small shallow bowl with everted rim, upright inverted walls, and rounded bottom. Paddle-impressed pattern on walls. Hand-formed, using carved paddle and anvil.

S2004.114

Pot for palm sugar

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2004.114

Small shallow bowl with everted rim, upright inverted walls, and flattened base. Hand-formed, using paddle and anvil.

S2004.113

Pot for palm sugar

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2004.113

Small vessel with everted rim, upright inverted walls, and rounded bottom with paddle-impressed pattern. Hand-formed, using carved paddle and anvil.