Bowl, shallow; of red earhtenware, glazed and decorated on upper side only; cream-colored ground. Center decoration large burnt umber bird, crudely outlined in brown; green beak ad tail feathers. Border consists of brown dots of uneven size, crudely applied. Low foot. From Amol. Strong resemblance to bowl in Sam Lewisohn Collection, N.Y.C., shown in Illustrated London News, Jan. 10,1931, P.63. Low foot, unglazed.

Bowl, 12th century

Unknown artist, expand_more

Potteryexpand_more

The William Hood Dunwoody Fundexpand_more  32.32.12

Not on Viewexpand_more
Details
Title
Bowl
Role
Artist
Dimension
Diam.7-3/4 in.
Accession Number
32.32.12
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Bowl, shallow; of red earhtenware, glazed and decorated on upper side only; cream-colored ground. Center decoration large burnt umber bird, crudely outlined in brown; green beak ad tail feathers. Border consists of brown dots of uneven size, crudely applied. Low foot. From Amol. Strong resemblance to bowl in Sam Lewisohn Collection, N.Y.C., shown in Illustrated London News, Jan. 10,1931, P.63. Low foot, unglazed.