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Antiquity of 14th-15th Century Sold by Marshall Field

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Ceramics: Pre 1492   item# 1173460 (stock# 473AOG)

Antiquity of 14th-15th Century Sold by Marshall Field
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561-575-6868


$385 

The Art and Orchid Gallery's ceramic covered bowl is an antiquity from Southeast Asia, made in the ancient Sawankhalok or Annam kilns during the 14th-15th Century. Both were cultural centers and are now part of Thailand, Vietnam and Laos.[179A, 38B] The bowl still bears the sticker, dated 14th Century, of the largest retail store in Chicago, named Marshall Field and Co., founded in 1852.[179C] Around the turn of the last century prestigious stores with wealthy clientele, such as Marshall Fi ...click for details


Antique Benjarong Porcelain Funerary Urn, Thai

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Ceramics: Pre 1920   item# 1173010 (stock# 471AOG)

Antique Benjarong Porcelain Funerary Urn, Thai
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561-575-6868


$295 

The Art and Orchid Gallery's cinerary, or funerary, urn with cover is made of a very translucent porcelain.(see photos) Even with its interior brown stained crackle glaze and fine enamel colors over glazed exterior, one can easily pass light through the urn. It was probably made in South China for export to Siam ( now Thailand). This may have been as early as 1775 based on referenced colors, particularly the red ground for the Siamese Buddhist deities.[198A] The major ornamentation is altern ...click for details


Antique Benjarong Lidded Polychromed Jar

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Ceramics: Pre 1910   item# 1172955 (stock# 470AOG)

Antique Benjarong Lidded Polychromed Jar
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$235 

The Art and Orchid Gallery's hand decorated condiment jar is from Thailand, the 19th Century Bangkok Period.[198A] Similar ceramic lidded jars from Thailand (Siam) were made in China for the Thai market between 1775 and 1825 and can be found in references.[198B, 179C] Larger covered containers were used in Thailand to serve food and smaller ones, like ours, contained betel nuts (nuts of the Betel palm), or a condiment made of betel nuts.[198D] This vessel and cover are made of porcelain wit ...click for details

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