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  • Thumbnail for Funerary Vases (view 2) vase 2
    Funerary Vases (view 2) vase 2

    This unusual green glaze jar belongs to a particular type of funerary vessel made during the Three Kingdoms and Western Jin dynasties. Called a hunping (spirit jar), it has a long tapered body topped by a configuration of architectural elements and animals. In this example, figures circle the jar as other creatures swarm up the neck of the container.

  • Thumbnail for Funerary Vases (view 1) vase 1
    Funerary Vases (view 1) vase 1

    One of two funerary vases. This unusual green glaze jar belongs to a particular type of funerary vessel made during the Three Kingdoms and Western Jin dynasties. Called a hunping (spirit jar), it has a long tapered body topped by a configuration of architectural elements and animals. In this example, figures circle the jar as other creatures swarm up the neck of the container.

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    Stoneware Dish (back)

    Back view of one of a set of small offering plates. The front side features an incised lotus in which the green glaze sits to highlight the design. A light crackle effect can be seen on all of the set pieces; the underside is useful for showing how the glaze flows over the body of the plate, clinging but not entirely covering it.

  • Thumbnail for Yueyao Stoneware Cup (bottom)
    Yueyao Stoneware Cup (bottom)

    2"h x 4"w. Bottom view of small bowl with crackled light green glaze.

  • Thumbnail for Funerary Vases (view 2) vase 1
    Funerary Vases (view 2) vase 1

    One of two funerary vases. This unusual green glaze jar belongs to a particular type of funerary vessel made during the Three Kingdoms and Western Jin dynasties. Called a hunping (spirit jar), it has a long tapered body topped by a configuration of architectural elements and animals. In this example, figures circle the jar as other creatures swarm up the neck of the container.

  • Thumbnail for Yueyao Stoneware Cup (profile)
    Yueyao Stoneware Cup (profile)

    2"h x 4"w. bottom view of small bowl with white glaze over buff body.

  • Thumbnail for Stoneware Dish (back)
    Stoneware Dish (back)

    Bottom view of small bowl with white glaze over buff body. Possibly Yueyao ware.

  • Thumbnail for Stoneware Dish (front)
    Stoneware Dish (front)

    Front view of one of a set of small offering plates. The front side features an incised lotus in which the green glaze sits to highlight the design. A light crackle effect can be seen on all of the set pieces; the underside is useful for showing how the glaze flows over the body of the plate, clinging but not entirely covering it.

  • Thumbnail for Yueyao Stoneware Cup (profile)
    Yueyao Stoneware Cup (profile)

    2"h x 4"w. Profile of small bowl with crackled light green glaze.

  • Thumbnail for Yueyao Stoneware Cup (top)
    Yueyao Stoneware Cup (top)

    2"h x 4"w. small bowl with white glaze over buff body.

  • Thumbnail for Funerary Vases (detail 1)
    Funerary Vases (detail 1)

    Detail of side of funerary vase. This unusual green glaze jar belongs to a particular type of funerary vessel made during the Three Kingdoms and Western Jin dynasties. Called a hunping (spirit jar), it has a long tapered body topped by a configuration of architectural elements and animals. In this example, figures circle the jar as other creatures swarm up the neck of the container.

  • Thumbnail for Funerary Vases (view 1) vase 2
    Funerary Vases (view 1) vase 2

    This unusual green glaze jar belongs to a particular type of funerary vessel made during the Three Kingdoms and Western Jin dynasties. Called a hunping (spirit jar), it has a long tapered body topped by a configuration of architectural elements and animals. In this example, figures circle the jar as other creatures swarm up the neck of the container.

  • Thumbnail for Funerary Vases (detail 2)
    Funerary Vases (detail 2)

    Detail of neck of funerary vessel. This unusual green glaze jar belongs to a particular type of funerary vessel made during the Three Kingdoms and Western Jin dynasties. Called a hunping (spirit jar), it has a long tapered body topped by a configuration of architectural elements and animals. In this example, figures circle the jar as other creatures swarm up the neck of the container.

  • Thumbnail for Yueyao Stoneware Cup (top)
    Yueyao Stoneware Cup (top)

    2"h x 4"w. small bowl with crackled light green glaze.

  • Thumbnail for Stoneware Dish (front)
    Stoneware Dish (front)

    Front view of one of a set of small offering plates. The front side features an incised lotus in which the green glaze sits to highlight the design. A light crackle effect can be seen on all of the set pieces; the underside is useful for showing how the glaze flows over the body of the plate, clinging but not entirely covering it.