Greenglazed earthenware morturary jar
Earthenware with pigments; mortuary sculpture of two male riders on Chinese-style horses. Elaborate fittings painted on the horses; holes for attachable legs, tails, and ears suggest that parts of the sculpture may have been made of wood.
Small cast figurine of a Bodhisattva on the lotus plinth. Traces of pigment can still be seen on the white ceramic body
Green glazed stoneware tile with guardian figure
Terracotta with pigments; mortuary sculpture.
Terracotta with pigments funerary object, possibly a lamp.
Bronze Bell from Southern China, dating from the end of the Western Zhou or very early Eastern Zhou. Decorated with phoenixes, silkworms, and taotie masks."
Terracotta with pigments; mortuary sculpture
Bronze mortuary sculpture
Bronze Ritual Vessel
Hollow ceramic sculpture representing a weight for measuring grain and other commodities. Glazed in yellow, perhaps to mimic color of newly cast bronze.
Bronze wine warmer. The lid is in the form of a mountain with chased designs of immortals prancing about the hillocks.
Yellow glazed terracotta wine server
Earthenware with pigments; ceramic tripod vase, from the Longshan Culture of the Shandong Peninsula. Has traces of red pigment.
Green glazed terracotta mortuary sculpture
Neolithic goblet in the eggshell ceramic typical of the Longshan culture of Shandong Peninsula.
Neolithic cup in the black eggshell ceramic typical of the Longshan culture of Shandong Peninsula.
Terracotta with pigments; mortuary sculpture, paired with male attendant, Colby College item 173.2004.
Terracotta with pigments; mortuary sculpture, paired with female attendant, Colby College 172.2004.
Glazed ceramic mortuary pillow. Created during the Jin dynasty.
Brown glazed mortuary sculpture
Terracotta mortuary sculpture.
Bronze Wine Warmer
Earthenware with pigments; mortuary sculpture, paired with guardian figure Colby College accession number 190.2004.B