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1. Earthenware Pot (Paiwan, Taiwan)
(Matching tags: Paiwan,earthenware,pottery,aborigine)
Most Paiwan earthenware pots are unglazed and high fired, in round shape with either flat or slightly concave bottoms. Patterns are created by pressing or carving into the soft clay body, or by modeling ...
2. Amis Ceremonial Pottery
(Matching tags: Amis,pottery,aborigine)
These two vessels are examples of Amis ceremonial pottery. The making of this type of pottery is on the decline, and it is now a rare sight in Amis villages. Amis ceremonial pottery can be divided into ...
3. Paiwan Divination Pot
(Matching tags: pottery,Paiwan,aborigine)
Paiwan artist and researcher Pavavalung Sakuliu believes that ancient earthenware pots had several functions: 1. As ceremonial objects. They often held glass beads or offerings. 2. As betrothal gifts. ...
4. Paiwan Male Earthenware Pot
(Matching tags: Paiwan,earthenware,pottery,aborigine)
The Paiwan tribe is mostly concentrated in the southern section of the Central Mountain Range in Sandimen, Majia, Taiwu, Laiyi, Chunri, Shizi, Mudan and Manzhou townships in Pingtung County, as well as ...
5. Celadon granary jar
(Matching tags: tomb,porcelain,pottery)
Most of these grain jars are made of pottery and porcelain. They are specially made burial objects from the Wu, East Jin, Southern, and Six Dynasties period. Their main purpose is to ensure that the owner ...
6. Tri-colored glazed pottery, groom
(Matching tags: Tang dynasty,figurine,pottery)
Based in white and low-melting glaze, this figure stands slantwise on a rectangular plate. He wears putou hat; his long clothes had turndown collar and contracted sleeves. His waist is girt with scarf, ...
7. Tri-colored Lokapala figure
(Matching tags: Tang dynasty,figurine,pottery)
This figurine is a Tang Dynasty painted pottery god, unearthed in Luoying, Henan in 1928. In the large tombs in Tang dynasty, the burial objects are generally statues of gods, generals, scholars, and tomb ...
8. Tri-colored horse
(Matching tags: Tang dynasty,figurine,pottery)
The head of this tri-color horse is small and facing left; its body is plump yet hollow, with four legs standing stately on a rectangular plate. The horse bears a saddle-like ornament, decorated with heart-shape ...
9. Tri-colored glazed pottery, camel
(Matching tags: Tang dynasty,figurine,pottery)
The famous”Silk Road”was the main overland route between China and the west.It passed through a series of deserts,in which camel were a vital means of transport,a fact borne out by the large ...
10. Tri-colored glazed pottery, camel
(Matching tags: Tang dynasty,figurine,pottery)
This tricolor camel is based in white and glazed in tricolor. Its torso hollow, it stands on a rectangular plate. Its head lifted, its eyes fully open, the camel opens its mouth and poses in neighing posture. ...
11. Tri-colored chimera with double horns
(Matching tags: chimera,Tang dynasty,figurine,pottery)
There are many imaginary animals in the artistic work of Tang Dynasty, the most famous of which is this Tri-color Double-horn Chimera. Generally, these imaginary animals come with bearded human face and ...
There are two Li Bai statuettes in Shiwan Pottery, both are in white glaze. This statuette is based on very fine white earth and carved with beautiful sparkling pattern, the final effect symbolizing white ...
13. Ceramic plate and eight different fruits
(Matching tags: Chen Mingyuan,Ching Dynasty,Ming dynasty,pottery)
Chen Mingyuan was a famous pottery maker in Yixin, Jiangsu Province at the end of the Ming and beginning of the Qing dynasty. His craftsmanship, style, sculpting, carving and coloring were outstanding. ...
14. Shin-wan pottery, gods of the sun and the moon
(Matching tags: Shiwan,Ching Dynasty,pottery)
This group of objects was fired by the Shiwan pottery craft master Wen Rubi during the Qing dynasty. Rubi Wen devoted his whole life to promote Shiwan Pottery. His craftsmanship was consummate, and every ...
15. Tri-colored civil official figure
(Matching tags: figurine,pottery)
The base of this earthen figure is white and primarily glazed in brown, green and beige. This figure wears a tall cap and holds a table before his breast.  ...
16. Banpo painted pottery vase with pointed bottom
(Matching tags: Neolithic,Banpo,pottery)
This implement is a jug with double ears and a pointed bottom. The Banpo Culture site is located in Banpo village, Xian, Shenxi. It was a culture of the early Neolithic Age, which occurred about 6,000 ...
17. Majiayao painted pottery ewer with flowers-leaf and ripple design
(Matching tags: Neolithic,Majiayao,pottery)
Majiayao culture was a culture of the late Neolithic age of between 5,300 and 4000 years ago. The painted pottery of the Majiayao Culture was very advanced. It can be divided into four types: Shihlinghsia, ...
18. Bansan painted pottery ewer with whorl design
(Matching tags: Banshan,Neolithic,pottery)
The Banshan type of painted pottery was discovered mainly in Gansu between 4,600 and 4,350 years ago. This pottery represents a transitional period between the Majiayao type and the Machang type, and usually ...
19. Machang painted pottery jar with frog design
(Matching tags: Machang,Neolithic,pottery)
The Machang type of painted pottery was primarily spread in the area east of Qinghai and west of Gansu province, 4,350 to 4,000 years ago, during the late Neolithic age. ...  ...
20. Hsintien painted pottery ewer with double hook design
(Matching tags: Shindian,Neolithic,pottery)
The implement is a Shindian(Xindian) painted pottery jar with a double-hook design. Shindian(Xindian) culture was a late Neolithic culture in the northwest region, around 3,000 years ago. ...  ...
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