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Hand built Korean vase with incised decoration

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An image of Vase. Production Place: South West Korea. The globular body has a rounded base and straight sided flaring neck. The lower part of the body is decorated with faint impressed diagonal lines inclined in different directions. The upper part of the body and neck are smooth. The upper part of the body is decorated with a pair of incised horizontal lines between groups of close set wavy lines. On the neck there is a horizontal line, a group of close set wavy lines, three horizontal lines, and two horizontal lines between groups of close set wavy lines. There is a repair in the rim, and two dark shiny splodges over it. Hand built dark grey stoneware, incised decoration, height, 22, cm, 18 B.C. to AD 663. Paekche Kingdom. Korean. Acquisition Credit: Lent to the museum by Helen H. L. Whittow (nee Malcolm).

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Vase. Production Place: South West Korea. The globular body has a rounded base and straight sided flaring neck. The lower part of the body is decorated with faint impressed diagonal lines inclined in different directions. The upper part of the body and neck are smooth. The upper part of the body is decorated with a pair of incised horizontal lines between groups of close set wavy lines. On the neck there is a horizontal line, a group of close set wavy lines, three horizontal lines, and two horizontal lines between groups of close set wavy lines. There is a repair in the rim, and two dark shiny splodges over it. Hand built dark grey stoneware, incised decoration, height, 22, cm, 18 B.C. to AD 663. Paekche Kingdom. Korean. Acquisition Credit: Lent to the museum by Helen H. L. Whittow (nee Malcolm).

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  • Accession Number: ML.12-1992
  • Photograph copyright © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
  • Aperture: f/16.0
  • Focal length: 120
  • Camera: Hasselblad H3DII-31
  • Photographer name: Amy Jugg
  • Image height: 1025 pixels
  • Image width: 769 pixels
  • Processed with: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.4 (Windows)
  • Filesize: 394.01kB
  • Exposure time: 1/180
  • ISO Speed: 100
  • Fnumber: 16/1
  • Captured: 2016:05:06 11:50:51

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