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JugM1.26
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Jug made of red, fairly gritty clay, glazed with white filling in incising. Pyriform body, narrow cylindrical neck. Small bell rim. Handle from rim to shoulder. The decoration consists of two groups of five encircling grooves on neck; two groups of seven encircling grooves on body. These flank a large vertical zigzag pattern made up of six parallel lines.

Culture
Cypriot
Material
clay and glaze
Made in
Cyprus
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Urn LidN2.1050
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Blue glazed ceramic lid in shape of a temple roof. The upper ridge has a large fish protruding from each end. Inscription on bottom of lid.

Culture
Okinawan
Material
clay and glaze
Made in
Japan
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Urn LidN2.1048
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Recangular ceramic lid in the shape of a temple roof. At the end of the ridge of the "roof" are large fish. On both sides are animal-like heads protruding outward. Colors are predominantly turquoise and brown. Bottom has inscription reading that it was used as a container for human bones, and bears the dates Kuang Hsi Period (1875-1908 C.E.).

Culture
Okinawan
Material
clay and glaze
Made in
Japan
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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UrnN2.1047 a-b
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Urn (a) in shape of a temple with Buddhist figures in center of lotus, all in relief; tturquoise on dark brown ground. The lid (b) ridge has a grotesque fish at each end. On one panel is a written date in Japanese. Under the lid is an inscription dating the urn as Tao Kuang Period (1821-1850).

Culture
Okinawan
Material
clay and glaze
Made in
Japan
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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TrayN2.1106
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Four sided rectangular tray on four short legs. Corners are slightly indented. Outside: White floral design and key pattern border on a green ground. Inside: Eleven unglazed spots on white ground. Unmarked.

Culture
Japanese
Material
clay and glaze
Made in
Japan
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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DishN2.880
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Deer and cloud patterns, top border consists of scrolls. Blue on white, unmarked, for bonsai or flower arranging.

Culture
Japanese
Material
clay and glaze
Made in
Japan
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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BottleN2.304
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Green and brown glazed bottle shaped like a crescent moon on its side. Bottle has two handle attachments in front and two openings on top--a central bottle neck-like opening and a smaller spout-like opening in one corner.

Culture
Okinawan
Material
clay and glaze
Made in
Japan
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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VaseN1.288 a-b
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A vase (part a) that is square in cross-section with round base and neck. Panels of "pa kua" or trigrams in relief. Thin yellow glaze. With wood stand (part b).

Culture
Chinese
Material
clay and wood
Made in
China
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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CupN1.103
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Square, pale white-green cup with flaring sides and a small, angular handle. Flowers in green, white and red on one side of cup. Orange seal mark underneath is a household mark. 1930's style.

Culture
Chinese
Material
clay, glaze and enamel ?
Made in
China
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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VaseN1.129 a-b
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White vase, lozenge-shaped in cross-section, with elaborate polychrome designs on the sides. Panels in the centre of each side--which alternate between elaborate red linear and blue floral backgrounds--feature flowers, birds, and landscape scenes. Part b is a lozenge-shaped wooden stand with four feet.

Culture
Chinese
Material
clay, glaze and paint ?
Made in
China
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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