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Red earthenware chamberpot found during excavations at HM Prison. It is said to have been made at Castleford in about 1740.

Red earthenware chamberpot found during excavations at HM Prison. It is said to have been made at Castleford in about 1740.

Lucanian Calyx-Krater.
Date: ca. 400 B.C.
Artist: Attributed to Policoro Painter (Italian)
Medium: Red-figure earthenware with added white, red, yellow, and brown wash.

Lucanian Calyx-Krater. Date: ca. 400 B.C. Artist: Attributed to Policoro Painter (Italian) Medium: Red-figure earthenware with added white, red, yellow, and brown wash.

Pichet en Faience/Pichet 19ème siècle/ Pot avec Arborescences/

Pichet en Faience/Pichet 19ème siècle/ Pot avec Arborescences/ Faience Française ancienne/ancient earthenware/ Antique French céramic

Pichet en Faience/Pichet 19ème siècle/ Pot avec Arborescences/

An earthenware head of a woman (Dogu) | LATE JOMON PERIOD (5TH - 3RD CENTURY BC) | Ancient Art & Antiquities, all other types of objects | Christie's

An earthenware head of a woman (Dogu) | LATE JOMON PERIOD (5TH - 3RD CENTURY BC) | Ancient Art & Antiquities, all other types of objects | Christie's

Two-handled vessel in the shape of a water skin, approx. 1200-800 BCE. Northern Iran; probably Amlash. Earthenware.

Two-handled vessel in the shape of a water skin, approx. 1200-800 BCE. Northern Iran; probably Amlash. Earthenware.

Dragon – Objects - RISD MUSEUM

Dragon – Objects - RISD MUSEUM

apothecary jar albarello 8b4eb4

apothecary jar albarello 8b4eb4

Double-Handed Drug Jar (Orciuolo) with Oak Leaves and Leaping Hare – Objects - RISD MUSEUM

Double-Handed Drug Jar (Orciuolo) with Oak Leaves and Leaping Hare – Objects - RISD MUSEUM

Tile | Spanish | The Met

Tile | Spanish | The Met

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