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Southeast Asian Ceramics

"Southeast Asian Ceramics"

Asian Gallery (Toyokan) Room 12  May 31, 2016 (Tue) - November 13, 2016 (Sun)

  
Twelve-sided Bowl, Bird and animal design in kinma filled-in lacquer, 17th-18th century (On exhibit through August 21, 2016)

This part introduces the individual styles of ceramics made in Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam from the 9th to the 16th century.

Current exhibit includes:
Bowl and Stand, Silver with gilding and niello inlay, First half of 20th century (Lent by the OKURA MUSEUM OF ART, Tokyo)
Elephant-shaped Vessel, Dark brown glaze,
Angkor period, 12th-13th century
Shallow Bowl with Pointed Foliate Rim, Celadon glaze with lotus flower design,
Si Satchanalai ware, Thailand, 15th century (Gift of Mr. Yamada Yoshio)
Twelve-sided Bowl, Bird and animal design in kinma filled-in lacquer,
17th-18th century (On exhibit through August 21, 2016)
Bowl, Celadon glaze with fish and flowering plant design in underglaze iron pigment,
Si Satchanalai ware, Thailand, 15th-16th century (Gift of Mr. Yamada Yoshio, On exhibit from August 23, 2016)
Bowl, Arabesque design in overglaze enamel,
16th century (Important Art Object)
Large Dish, Deer and landscape design in underglaze blue,
15th-16th century (Important Art Object)