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  • Thumbnail for KENDI, Sawankhalok style - bottom view
    KENDI, Sawankhalok style - bottom view

    H: 6 5/8" x Dia: 8". Buddhist and Hindu rituals in Southeast Asia required the lustration of images, and the kendi, one of the larger vessels used, is depicted in sculptural reliefs as early as the ninth century. This modern kendi is constructed in the typical mammiform shape of the Southeast Asian kendi. Although this piece is modern, it illustrates both an important type of vessel with its links to both Buddhist and Hindu ritual and decorative techniques used in the production of Thai ceramics. The potter has incised the vessel in an overall, unidentifiable floral motif, then used an iron brown glaze to fill the design and a wood-ash white glaze for the background. The incised lines serve to separate the two glazes, so that they don't run into each other. In this particular instance, those lines, freshly cut and without any evidence of aging, indicate the vessel is modern.

  • Thumbnail for KENDI, Sawankhalok style
    KENDI, Sawankhalok style

    H: 6 5/8" x Dia: 8". Buddhist and Hindu rituals in Southeast Asia required the lustration of images, and the kendi, one of the larger vessels used, is depicted in sculptural reliefs as early as the ninth century. This modern kendi is constructed in the typical mammiform shape of the Southeast Asian kendi. Although this piece is modern, it illustrates both an important type of vessel with its links to both Buddhist and Hindu ritual and decorative techniques used in the production of Thai ceramics. The potter has incised the vessel in an overall, unidentifiable floral motif, then used an iron brown glaze to fill the design and a wood-ash white glaze for the background. The incised lines serve to separate the two glazes, so that they don't run into each other. In this particular instance, those lines, freshly cut and without any evidence of aging, indicate the vessel is modern.

  • Thumbnail for The catalyst [1993 v. 33 no. 1 Feb. 5 - 1993 v. 33 Final Edition May 14]
    The catalyst [1993 v. 33 no. 1 Feb. 5 - 1993 v. 33 Final Edition May 14]

    The Catalyst is the Colorado College student newspaper begun September 11, 1969. This volume includes numerous issues of "The Source." "The Source" contains articles provided by Cutler Publications, The Leisure Program, The Career Center, The Worner Desk, The Center for Community Service, The Office of International Programs and the Office of Minority Student Life.

  • Thumbnail for The catalyst [1993 v. 34 no. 1 Sept. 10 - 1993 v. 34 no. 10 Dec. 10]
    The catalyst [1993 v. 34 no. 1 Sept. 10 - 1993 v. 34 no. 10 Dec. 10]

    The Catalyst is the Colorado College student newspaper begun September 11, 1969. This volume includes numerous issues of "The Source." "The Source" contains articles provided by Cutler Publications, The Leisure Program, The Career Center, The Worner Desk, The Center for Community Service, The Office of International Programs and the Office of Minority Student Life. The volume includes one issue of The CattleList, December 3, 1993.

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    1993 The nugget

    The Colorado College yearbook, published 1900-2007, was known as The Pikes Peak Nugget from 1900-1941 and The Nugget or Colorado College Nugget afterward. Year on cover differs from title page in some years.