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.
Keywords: Vijaya period (1000 - 1471)
Beaker-shaped cup, slightly contracted at mid-body, wheel-thrown on wheel revolving clockwise; foot trimmed up to hip, inside of footrim roughly carved. Clay: stoneware, gray, fine-grained; orange flush on one side (hot side?) near lower edge of glaze. Glaze: thin caramel-brown iron-based glaze, applied by dipping, stopping above hip. Mark: none.
Bowl with rounded side, flared mouth, rolled lip, carved footring and unglazed stacking ring on interior bottom. Clay: light grey stoneware, oxidised to pinkish grey. Glaze: celadon, glossy, transparent, streaky; falls short on upper exterior body. Decoration: none.
Small bowl with flared rim, bevelled footring. Deep brown glaze covers the whole vessel, foot and base unglazed, unglazed ring cut on interior bottom. Clay: grey stoneware.
“Cham” ware. Bowl with rolled rim, tall straight foot, unglazed stacking ring on interior bottom. Clay: brown stoneware. Glaze: degraded, runny brown glaze stops at the lower exterior body. Decoration: none.
“Cham” ware. Bowl with grey body, celadon glaze (reduced) falls short below exterior rolled lip; unglazed stacking ring on interior bottom. Clay: grey stoneware. Glaze: Decoration: