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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.

  • Thumbnail for Chinese Proto-Yueyao Jar (top)
    Chinese Proto-Yueyao Jar (top)

    4" h. Ovate body with two small luted loop handles on either side of the shoulder, narrowing down towards the slightly concave base which is marked with diminishing arcs from the cord used to shear the bottom and also with residue of the kiln spurs. A short, narrow neck surmounted by a dished mouth. The finely crazed yellowish glaze falls partially down the body revealing the buff stoneware on the lower end and bottom.

  • 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.

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    Pagoda Tile by Anonymous

    Green glazed stoneware tile with guardian figure

  • Thumbnail for Chinese Proto-Yueyao Jar (side view)
    Chinese Proto-Yueyao Jar (side view)

    4" h. Ovate body with two small luted loop handles on either side of the shoulder, narrowing down towards the slightly concave base which is marked with diminishing arcs from the cord used to shear the bottom and also with residue of the kiln spurs. A short, narrow neck surmounted by a dished mouth. The finely crazed yellowish glaze falls partially down the body revealing the buff stoneware on the lower end and bottom.

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

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

  • 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.

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    Guardian Earth Spirit by Anonymous

    Earthenware with pigments; mortuary sculpture, paired with guardian figure Colby College accession number 190.2004.B

  • 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 Warrior
    Warrior by Anonymous

    Mortuary Sculpture

  • Thumbnail for Guardian Earth Spirit
    Guardian Earth Spirit by Anonymous

    Earthenware with pigments; mortuary sculpture, paired with guardian figure Colby College accession number 190.2004.A