Green glazed stoneware over a red body. Ceramic vessel, mimicking leather wine flasks used by nomad on the northern steppe. Considered a Liao work.
Gray earthenware mortuary sculpture of a Chinese style horse, with short legs, broad chest, and large head.
Neolithic pottery jar in black, burnished ceramic typical of the Longshan Culture of the Shandong Peninsula
Green glazed stoneware tile with guardian figure
Terracotta with pigments; mortuary sculpture, paired with male attendant, Colby College item 173.2004.
Glazed ceramic mortuary pillow. Created during the Jin dynasty.
Bronze Wine Warmer
Rajasthani; gouache on paper.
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.
Gouache on paper. Persian/Turkish inscription, â€œDemeri gave this as a gift to Sayyid Muzzaffar. Thanks be to God.â€
Terracotta with pigments funerary object, possibly a lamp.
Yellow glazed terracotta wine server
Terracotta with pigments; mortuary sculpture
Terracotta with pigments; mortuary sculpture, paired with female attendant, Colby College 172.2004.
Terracotta with pigments; painted pottery jar, Yangshao type.
Bronze pair of lions.
Sensual image of a young woman; gouache on paper.
Gouache on paper. Persian inscription, â€œDescription of a poor person.â€
Bronze wine warmer. The lid is in the form of a mountain with chased designs of immortals prancing about the hillocks.
Bronze Ritual Vessel