Keywords: Tay Son dynasty (1778 - 1802)

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100 objects
S2005.172

Jar with four vertical lugs and incised decoration

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.172

Jar of cylindrical form with broad, rounded shoulder tapering towards foot, tapered tall neck, rounded rim and flat base. Four grooved lugs with thumb-pressed ends on shoulder. Clay: brown stoneware. Glaze: iron, blackish-brown with iridescent silvery streaks, glossy, opaque; band of iron pigment (fired red) on shoulder. Decoration: incised horizontal lines at shoulder and base; …

S2005.171

Jar with eight vertical lugs and incised decoration

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.171

Jar of cylindrical form with broad, round shoulder tapering towards foot and flat base, tapered tall neck with rounded rim. Eight grooved loop handles with thumb-pressed ends on shoulder. A luting ring mark on the middle of the body showing that the jar was luted together from two halves. Clay: brown stoneware. Glaze: iron brown …

S2005.169

Bottle with spout and combed decoration

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.169

Bottle of globuar form with short neck, flared mouth, flat base and a short tubular spout on the shoulder. Shell scars on the upper half of the body. The shells are possibly used as stacking tools in the firing. Clay: brown stoneware. Glaze: dark brown, glossy, opaque, sticky, marred with many pinholes. Decoration: a series …

S2005.168

Jar used as a lime-paste pot

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.168

Bottle of compressed globular form with cylindrical neck, flared mouth and flat base. Lime residue in the pot. Clay: brown stoneware, shell scars on the upper body. Glaze: none.

S2005.167

Jar used as a lime-paste pot

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.167

Lime pot of compressed globular form with cylindrical neck, flared mouth and flat base. Lime residue in the pot. Clay: buff grey stoneware. Glaze: brown iron glaze marred by shell scars and large pinholes. Decoration: none.

S2005.166

Lime-paste pot

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.166

Compressed globular lime pot with straight neck, flared mouth, splayed foot, and flat base with a whorl-shaped mark left by using a twisted cord to remove the pot away from the potting wheel. Some lime paste remains inside the pot. Clay: dark grey stoneware with white specks. Glaze: black, glossy, opaque, with many pinholes; base …

S2005.164

Pot

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.164

Small bottle with shell scars on globular body, neck missing, full of lime inside. Clay: dark brown stoneware with white inclusions. Glaze: watery, brownish-black iron glaze. Decoration: none.

S2005.163

Bottle with incised decoration

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.163

Round bottle with shell scars on flat base. Clay: red stoneware. Glaze: watery, brownish-black iron glaze. Decoration: two incised rings on the shoulder.

S2005.162

Bottle

https://asia.si.edu/object/S2005.162

Bottle of globular form with cylindrical neck, flared mouth and slightly concave underside. A repair on the mouthrim. Shell scars on the upper half of the body. The shells are possibly used as stacking tools in the firing. Clay: red clay. Glaze: dark brown, glossy, opaque, sticky, marred with many pinholes. Decoration: none.