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21. High-stemmed Black Pottery Cup
(Matching tags: Lung-shan Culture,vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
During the Lung-shan Culture, the technique of using a potting wheel to produce ceramic objects was developed. ......
22. Kuan Ware Celadon Washer in the Shape of a Hibiscus
(Matching tags: Southern Sung,vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
In the past, this cosmetics receptacle was referred to as a “washer.”  ......
23. Ju Ware Bowl in the Shape of a Lotus
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,Northern Sung,National Palace Museum)
This ten-lobed lotus bowl has gently curved sides, a subtly flaring rim, smooth transition from one petal lobe to the next, and a relatively tall ring foot. ......
24. White Pottery Gui Pitcher
(Matching tags: vessel,ceramics,National Palace Museum)
White pottery was made using clay with a higher concentration of aluminum oxide that is then fired.  ......
25. Painted Ceramic Lady
(Matching tags: figurine,craft,ceramics,Tang dynasty)
The remarkable part of the Glazed Lady is that there remains a lot of paint, bright as new, on the figurine. This includes the red rouge on the cheeks, the green color of the cuffs, the brown color of ...
26. A pair of painted ceramic dancers
(Matching tags: Northern Wei dynasty,figurine,ceramics)
This figurine, unearthed in Luoyiang, Henan in 1928, was made in the late North Wei period. The head and the body were made separately, then joined together and trimmed. The material of these earthen female ...
27. Ceramic pots
(Matching tags: Paiwan,ceramics,belief,culture)
The Paiwan believe that the tribe was born from a ceramic pot. The Deinagkistrodon acutus is believed to be the ancestor and protector of the Paiwan. Old pots decorated with these snakes or with breasts, ...
28. Ju Ware Bowl in the Shape of a Lotus
(Matching tags: National Palace Museum,Northern Sung,ceramics,celadon)
This ten-lobed lotus bowl has gently curved sides, a subtly flaring rim, smooth transition from one petal lobe to the next, and a relatively tall ring foot. The blue-green glaze, from rim to the base, ...
29. Green: Longquan Celadon of the Ming Dynasty
(Matching tags: Ming dynasty,Longquan,ceramics,celadon)
Longquan wares were celadon produced at the hundreds of kilns near Lungquan area in southwestern part of Zhejiang province, China. By the Song dynasty (960-1279), artisans had established the Longquan ...
30. The Legend of Ju Ware
(Matching tags: ceramics,Ju ware,celadon,Northern Sung)
Ju ware ceramics from the Northern Sung period (960-1127) are exceptionally rare, with no more than 70 pieces surviving in the entire world. Of them, the National Palace Museum houses about 21 pieces, ...
Ceramics are used for different functions in Indigenous lives. Among these, the most common and significant functions of all are as tools for food preservation and production. Examples of such containers ...
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