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Seventeen piece ceramic installation in earth colours. When arranged for display (left to right) the pieces are as follows: small grey mixing dish with a pouring lip; cream coloured flask with a wide base, narrow neck, and red stopper; tall brown flask with a long thin neck and round body; two-toned cream and grey crucible with a celadon lid; tall, round, brown bottle and stopper; in front is a long spouted red-brown vessel; dark red goblet with a flat base and sharp pouring lip; behind both is a taller thin necked flask in yellow; flat, rounded, rectangular grey medicine bottle; thin necked, grey flask; and lastly, a heavy bottomed grey mortar and pestle. Maker's mark stamped on base of bowls and large bottle.

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