Spouted vessel | Iran | Iron Age | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Spouted vessel (Period: Iron Age Date: ca. 900 B.C. Geography: Northwestern Iran Culture: Iran Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 6.34 in. (16.1 cm) Classification: Ceramics-Vessels Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1963)
Unevenly made jar of desert clay | Predynastic Period | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Unevenly made jar of desert clay Period: Predynastic Period Date: ca. 3850–2960 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Southern Upper Egypt, Hierakonpolis (el-Kom el-Ahmar), MMA
Jug | Italian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
JugDate: 15th century Geography: Made in Orvieto ?, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Earthenware, tin-glaze (Majolica) Dimensions: Overall: 9 7/8 x 6 15/16 x 6 11/16 in. (25.1 x 17.7 x 17 cm)
Jug | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections
Buff earthenware with applied and brushed slip decoration and traces of lead glaze. A kiln waster. English (Wiltshire, Laverstock), late 13th century
Dish, Salem, North Carolina, 1780-1800. Lead-glazed earthenware. D. 13 3/4". (Old Salem Museums & Gardens.) --- Art in Clay: Masterworks of North Carolina Earthenware by Old Salem Museums and Gardens, Chipstone Foundation, and Caxambas Foundation.
Collection - Bowl F 9787
In autumn 2008 Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen presented the Van Beuningen-De Vriese collection of sgraffito earthenware in a truly novel fashion. The artist and media technologist Joachim Rotteveel (1972) applied 3D reconstruction techniques, rapid manufacturing and augmented reality to represent the late medieval earthenware.
jug | British Museum
Pottery jug; globular; buff ware; green glaze; neck ridged; overlapping scales of roughly circular section with central and lateral grooves and stabbings down centre; pellet decoration.
Albarello (drug jar) Spain, 15th century Name: Albarello (drug jar) Place of creation: Spain Date: 15th century School: Valencia Material: majolica Technique: painted in cobalt and golden lustre Dimension: h. 40,8 cm.