This late 18th century South East Asian brown and olive pottery water dropper was made to look like a water buffalo. It is 2 ¼ inches tall and 2 ½ inches wide. The dark olive green glaze covers the entire body but the bottom. It is in good condition except for a few small chips.
S. E. Asian blue and white porcelain twin duck water dropper of the Ming period (1368~1615). There are two small chips; one is on the tip of tail and the other is on the wing. It is 4 inches wide and
4 inches tall.
S. E. Asian celadon fluted water dropper of the Sung period (960~1270). It is 3 inches wide and 2 ¼ inches tall. National Museum of Philippines label is on the bottom. It is in good condition aside from repair on handle.
17th century S. E. Asian pottery. Dark brown glaze covers 2/3 of the entire body. The bottom shows the light brown clay. The dragon design on the top is provincial and primitive. There is a chip from kiln firing.
H: 8 ½ inches, D: 5 ½ inches