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Phoenix-Headed Ewer

A work made of earthenware with molded decoration and three-color (sancai) lead glazes.
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  • A work made of earthenware with molded decoration and three-color (sancai) lead glazes.

Date:

Tang dynasty (618–907 A.D.), first half of 8th century

Artist:

China

About this artwork

Status

On View, Gallery 105

Department

Arts of Asia

Title

Phoenix-Headed Ewer

Place

China (Object made in)

Date

701 CE–750 CE

Medium

Earthenware with molded decoration and three-color (sancai) lead glazes

Dimensions

32.2 × 13.0 cm (12.7 × 5.1 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Pauline Palmer Wood

Reference Number

1970.1076

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