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Deep Vessel (Cup or Bowl)

Vessel, Deep (Cup, Bowl)

Works of Art (206)

Alabastron (small jar for perfumes or unguents), 2nd–1st century B.C.; Hellenistic, Cypriot, Glass (74.51.319)
Apothecary Jar (Orciuolo), 1431 (?), Florence, perhaps workshop of Giunta di Tugio (Italian), Maiolica (1975.1.1061)
Arretine cup signed by Tigranes, ca. 25 B.C.–10 A.D.; Augustan, Roman, Terracotta (10.210.37)
Aryballos, ca. 570 B.C.; black-figure, Greek, Attic, Signed by Nearchos as potter, Terracotta (26.49)
Base of a ewer with Zodiac medallions, Seljuq period, first half of 13th century, Iran, Brass; engraved, inlaid with silver and copper (91.1.530)
Basin (Lebrillo) with Figure of a Woman, 1660–80, Attributed to Damian Hernández, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware, decorated in the aborronado style (11.87.3)
Beaker (kero), 7th–10th century, Peru; Wari, Wood (1978.412.214)
Beaker and saucer, ca. 1775, Russian; Saint Petersburg, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Hard-paste porcelain (1982.60.177,.178)
Beaker with birds and animals, 4th century B.C., Thraco-Geti style, Lower Danube region, Thrace, Silver (47.100.88)
Beaker-shaped vessel, Ban Chiang type, late 3rd–1st millennium B.C., Thailand, Earthenware with incised and impressed decoration (1984.494.6)
Beakers signed by Iason, mid-1st century A.D.; Imperial, Roman, Glass (29.100.82) (59.11.3)
Bell krater depicting the return of Persephone, ca. 440 B.C.; Red-figure, Attributed to the Persephone Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (28.57.23)
Bell-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water), Classical, red-figure, ca. 450 B.C., Greek, Attic; said to be from Numana, Attributed to the Methyse Painter, Terracotta (07.286.85)
Bell-krater, ca. 440 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Painter of London E 497, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (24.97.30)
Bottle (Refredador), first half of 16th century, Spanish (Valencia), Tin-glazed earthenware with luster decoration (94.4.358)
Bottle with Daoist Immortal Zhongli Quan, Ming dynasty, second half of 15th century, China, Porcelain painted with underglaze cobalt blue (2010.312)
Bowl (Tecomate), 12th–10th century B.C., Mexico; Olmec, Ceramic (1989.314.18)
Bowl with Lizards, 1st–5th century, Costa Rica; El Bosque, Ceramic (1993.79.3)
Bowl with painted decoration, ca. 2600–1900 B.C., Excavated at Damb Sadaat (level III), Pakistan, Ceramic, paint (57.99.2)
Bowl with the Arms of Pope Julius II and the Manzoli of Bologna surrounded by putti, cornucopiae, satyrs, dolphins, birds, etc., 1508, Workshop of Giovanni Maria Vasaro (Italian), Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware) (1975.1.1015)
Bowl, 15th century; Timurid, Iran or Central Asia, Earthenware, underglaze-painted (32.33)
Bowl, 1899, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American); Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company (Stourbridge Glass Company) (51.121.29)
Bowl, 1917, Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, 1865–1929), Porcelain (23.145)
Bowl, 2nd–early 1st century B.C., Hellenistic, Greek, Onyx glass (91.1.1303)
Bowl, 2nd–4th century, Peru, Nasca, Ceramic (1978.412.63)
Bowl, 3rd–4th century A.D., Roman, Blown glass (17.194.314)
Bowl, 6th–9th century, Peru; Wari, Ceramic (1979.206.385)
Bowl, ca. 1897, Manufacturer: Ceramic Art Company (Trenton, New Jersey, 1889–96), Porcelain, overglaze enamel decoration (1987.26)
Bowl, ca. 1908, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American); Tiffany Furnaces, Favrile glass (51.121.13)
Bowl, ca. 1971, Mary Rogers (British), Porcelain (2008.658.10)
Bowl, ca. 2500–1600 B.C.; Early or Middle Bronze Age, Cypriot, Red Polished Ware, Terracotta (74.51.1329)
Bowl, Joseon dynasty, first half of 16th century, Korea, Stoneware with white slip under buncheong glaze (1983.557.2)
Bowl, Joseon dynasty, second half of 15th century, Korea, Stoneware with inlaid and stamped decoration of peony leaves and chrysanthemum flowers under buncheong glaze (2002.132)
Bowl, Timurid period (1370–1507), second half of the 15th century, Iran, probably Tabriz, Stonepaste, painted in black under turquoise glaze, incised (Kubachi ware) (17.120.70)
Bronze hydria (water jar), 5th century B.C.; Classical, Greek (06.1078)
Bronze kylix (drinking cup), 4th–3rd century B.C., Greek, Bronze (07.286.97)
Brush holder, Ming dynasty, early 17th century, Zhang Xihuang (active early 17th century), China, Bamboo (1994.208)
Calyx-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water), ca. 440–430 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to a painter of the Polygnotos Group, Greek, Attic, Classical, Terracotta (56.171.48)
Carved Bowl, 6th century, Mexico or Guatemala; Maya, Ceramic (2000.60)
Chalice, ca. 1222, Brother Bertinus, Made in possible Meuse Valley, Northern Europe, Silver and silver gilt (47.101.30)
Chariot cup, Three Kingdoms period, Gaya Federation, 5th century, Korea, Stoneware with traces of incidental ash glaze (1997.34.2)
Child's porridge bowl and spoon, 1897–98, Mark of Roberts and Belk (British), Silver, partly gilt (1991.296.1,.2)
Classic Kerma Beaker, Egyptian Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 13, ca. 1802–1640 B.C., Classical Kerma; From Abydos, Egypt, Garstang excavations, Black-topped red polished ceramic (20.2.45)
Clog-shaped tea bowl with design of plum blossoms and geometric patterns, Momoyama period, early 17th century, Japan, Stoneware with iron-black glaze (Mino ware, black Oribe type) (2002.447.28)
Coconut Cup with Cover, ca. 1533–34, Hans van Amsterdam (Low Countries, 's-Hertogenbosch), Silver gilt, coconut (Cocos nucifera) (17.190.622ab)
Coffee pot, Edo Period, 1650–75, Japan, Porcelain with underglaze blue and mounted with silver (Hizen ware, Arita type) (79.2.176a,b)
Column-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water), Classical, ca. 430 B.C., red-figure, Attributed to the Marlay Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (07.286.65)
Column-krater, ca. 550 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to Lydos, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (31.11.11)
Conical bowl, 2nd–1st century B.C., Hellenistic; Said to be from Syria, Cast glass (81.10.243)
Covered cup and saucer made for Empress Elizabeth Petrovna, ca. 1760, Russian; Saint Petersburg, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Hard-paste porcelain (1982.60.172a,b–.173)
Covered cup, ca. 1565–70, Chinese with English mounts, Hard paste and silver gilt (68.141.125a,b)
Covered cup, milk jar, and sugar bowl, ca. 1775, Russian; Saint Petersburg, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Hard-paste porcelain (1982.60.171)
Covered punchbowl with platter, ca. 1745, Chinese for the Swedish market, Hard paste; Punchbowl (40.133.1a,b–.2)
Cup with a frieze of gazelles, early 1st millennium B.C., Northwestern Iran, Caspian region, Gold (62.84)
Cup, 1916, Arthur John Stone (American, born England), Gardner, Massachusetts, Silver (1990.49)
Cup, Ming dynasty, Chenghua mark and period (1465–1487), China, Porcelain painted in underglaze blue and overglaze enamels (1987.85)
Cup, third quarter of 14th century, Bohemian, Prague, Jasper, gilded silver (2000.504)
Cup: Head with Headdress, 19th–20th century, Democratic Republic of Congo; Kuba peoples, Wood (1978.412.541)
Deep bowl with sculptural rim, late Middle Jomon period, ca. 1500 B.C., Japan, Earthenware (1992.252.1)
Deep Dish (brasero), ca. 1430, Spanish (Valencia), Tin-enamelled earthenware (56.171.162)
Dinner, tea, and coffee service, 1785–90, Chinese for the American market, Hard paste (10.149.1–.248)
Dinos (mixing bowl), ca. 630–615 B.C., Attributed to the Polyteleia Painter, Greek, Corinthian (Transitional Period), Terracotta (1997.36)
Dish in the Form of a Temple, 3rd–5th century, Roman or Byzantine; Found in Carthage (now in Tunisia, North Africa), Rock crystal (55.135.5)
Double Cup, ca. 1590–1600, Caspar Beutmüller the Elder, Made in Germany (Nuremberg), Gilded silver (17.190.609a,b)
Double-handled vessel, Three Kingdoms period, probably Baekje kingdom, 5th–6th century, Korea, Stoneware (1997.34.25)
Double-spout bottle, 2nd–4th century, Peru; Nazca, Ceramic (1996.174)
Dragon-handled jug with inscription, Timurid period (1370–1507), late 15th–first quarter of 16th century, present-day Afghanistan, probably Herat, brass, cast and turned, engraved, and inlaid with silver, gold, and black organic compound (91.1.607)
Drinking Cup, ca. 1900–1550 B.C., C-Group; From Faras, Lower Nubia, grave 110, Griffith excavations, Polished black ware with decoration filled with white pigment (13.125.28A)
Drinking Vessel (Kero), late 15th–early 16th century, Peru; Inka, Wood (1994.35.11)
Engraved bowl with medallions, 4th century A.D., Roman, Glass (17.194.318)
Ewer, ca. 1350–80, mounts ca. 1400, German or Rhenish, Jasper, gilded silver (17.190.610)
Feeding Bowl, 1690, Hungarian, Transylvania, Silver-gilt (2010.110.40)
Feline Incense Vessel, 6th–9th century, Bolivia; Tiwanaku, Ceramic (1978.412.100)
Figure Vessel, 8th–12th century, Ecuador; Manteño, Ceramic, pigment (1988.117.10)
Fluted bowl, Achaemenid, reign of Darius I or II, 522–486 B.C. or 432–405 B.C., Iran, Gold (54.3.1)
Footed bowl, 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D., Hellenistic or Roman, Cast glass (81.10.129)
Footed Bowl, Predynastic Period, probably late Naqada I–early Naqada II, ca. 3750–3550 B.C., Egyptian, Ceramic (10.176.113)
Footed bowl, Seljuq period, early 13th century, Iran, Bronze; inlaid with silver and black compound (91.1.543)
Footed cup, Ilkhanid period (1206–1353), second half of 14th century, Iran, Brass, cast, engraved, and inlaid with black compound (91.1.559)
Gladiator cup, ca. 50–80 A.D.; Neronian–Early Flavianic, Roman; Found at Montagnole, southern France, Glass (81.10.245)
Globular cup with two handles, last quarter of 6th century B.C., Etruscan, Terracotta (2009.316)
Goblet, 1800–1801, Naphtali Hart (British), Silver, parcel-gilt (29.60.1)
Goblets with applied decoration, Seljuq period (1040–1196), 11th–early 12th century, Iran, Glass, colorless, blown, applied decoration (2000.279.1,.2)
Gold kantharos (drinking cup with two high vertical handles), ca. 1550–1500 B.C.; Late Helladic I, Mycenaean, Gold (07.286.126)
Group of four vases, ca. 2300–2000 B.C.; late Early Bronze Age III, Northwest Anatolia, Electrum, silver-gilt, silver (1989.281.45a,b-.48)
Handles and rim of a cauldron, ca. 1300–1050; Late Bronze Age, Cypriot, Bronze (74.51.5685)
Head Vessel, 8th–12th century, Ecuador; Manteño, Ceramic (1981.158)
Hexagonal Bottle, 500–629, Byzantine; Possibly from Syria, Glass, mold-blown (1972.118.180)
Hydria (water jar), Late Classical, red-figure, ca. 340–330 B.C., Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Attributed to the Group of B.M. F 308, Terracotta (07.128.1)
Hydria: kalpis (water jar), Classical, red-figure, ca. 460–450 B.C., Greek, Attic, Attributed to the Niobid Painter, Terracotta (41.162.98)
Ice bucket, 1838–39, Possibly mark of John Watson (British, active in Sheffield), Silver, (1979.497)
Inkpot of Emperor Jahangir, 1618–19; Mughal, India, Dark green nephrite jade, mounted in gold (29.145.2)
Inkwell with twelve Zodiac medallions, Seljuq period, late 12th–early 13th century, Iran, Brass, cast, inlaid with silver and copper (44.131)
Inkwell with Zodiac signs, Seljuq period, early 13th century, Probably Iran, Brass; cast, inlaid with silver, copper, and black compound (59.69.2a,b)
Jar, Joseon dynasty, 18th century, Korea, Porcelain with underglaze copper-red decoration of grapevine (1979.413.2)
Jar, Joseon dynasty, 19th century, Korea, Porcelain with underglaze cobalt-blue and copper-red decoration of tree peonies (27.119.22)
Jar, Joseon dynasty, second half of 18th century, Korea, White porcelain (1979.413.1)
Jar, Late Bronze Age, ca. 4th century B.C., Korea, Burnished red earthenware (1998.212)
Jar, Ming dynasty, Jiajing mark and period (1522–1566), China, Porcelain painted in underglaze blue and overglaze polychrome enamels (17.127.2)
Jar, Ming dynasty, Xuande mark and period (1426–1435), China, Porcelain painted in underglaze blue (37.191.1)
Jardinière, ca. 1893, Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer (French); Clément Massier (French), Golfe-Juan, France, Earthenware with metallic glaze (2005.220)
Jug with an oversized spout, mid-6th century B.C., Lydian; Excavated at Sardis, Terracotta (14.30.9)
Kalyx krater with reliefs of maidens and dancing maenads, 1st century A.D.; Julio-Claudian, Roman, Marble (23.184)
Kero Carved in the Form of a Head, 17th–18th century, Peru, Wood with pigmented resin inlay (1994.35.26)
Kero Carved in the Form of a Head, 17th–18th century, Peru, Wood with pigmented resin inlay (1994.35.27)
Kero with Images of Figures in Andean Dress, Tocapus, and Flowers Interspersed with Carved Geometric Designs, 16th–18th century, Peru, Wood with pigmented resin inlay (1994.35.13)
Kero with Registers of Pumas, Parrots, and Flowers Separated by Bands of Carved Geometric Designs (Tocapus), 16th–18th century, Peru, Wood with pigmented resin inlay (1994.35.14)
Kylix (drinking cup), ca. 480 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Briseis Painter, Greek, Attic, Classical, Terracotta (53.11.4)
Large Bowl with Equestrian Figure, ca. 1820, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.68)
Large bowl with floral design, Edo period (1615–1868), Japan, Porcelain with celadon glaze and underglaze blue (Hizen ware, early Imari type) (1975.268.508)
Large Jar, Joseon dynasty, second half of 15th century, Korea, Stoneware with sgrafitto decoration of peonies under buncheong glaze (16.122.1)
Large tureen and cover with landscape decoration, Edo period, late 17th century, Japan, Porcelain with underglaze blue (Arita ware) (2002.447.47a,b)
Leys jar with peanut plant, Ming dynasty, Chenghua period, late 15th century, China, Porcelain painted in underglaze blue (1986.208.1)
Lidded Basket (Igiseke), 20th century, Rwanda; Tutsi peoples, Dryed grass (1978.412.327a,b)
Lidded Basket, ca. 1990s, Beauty Nxgongo, South Africa; Zulu, Ilala palm fiber (2000.441a,b)
Lidded Bowl, 17th–18th century, Nigeria; Yoruba, Owo subgroup, Ivory, wood or coconut shell inlay (1991.17.126a, b)
Lotiform Cup, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 22, ca. 945–715 B.C., Egyptian, Egyptian faience (26.7.971)
Loving cup, 1772, Richard Williams (Irish). Silver, silver gilt (68.141.191)
Modiolus (drinking cup), ca. 5–40 A.D.; Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian, Roman, Terracotta; Arretine ware (17.194.896)
Monochrome bowls, 1st century A.D., Roman; From Syria, Opaque cast glass (1972.118.185) (13.198.1,.2,.3)
Mortar made for Abu Bakr cAli Malikzad al-Tabrizi, Seljuq period, late 12th–early 13th century, Iran, Brass; cast, chased, engraved and inlaid with silver and a black compound (91.1.527a,b)
Mug, 1700–1725, Koenraet Ten Eyck (American), Albany, New York, Silver (27.85.9)
Nolan neck-amphora (jar), ca. 440–430 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Dwarf Painter, Greek, Attic, Classical, Terracotta (56.171.42)
One-handled kantharos, ca. 500 B.C.; Archaic, Attributed to the Class of the One-Handled Kantharoi, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (63.11.4)
Painter of the Woolly Satyrs: Volute-Krater with Battles between Greeks and Amazons and between Centaurs and Lapiths, ca. 450 B.C., Greek, Attic, Terracotta (07.286.84)
Pair of Bottles with "Mosque" Motifs, late 18th century, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.44)

Covered Soup Bowl (Sopera con tapa), ca. 1808–21, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (17.108.11,.12)
Pair of Bowls, Trophy-Head Deities, 3rd–1st century B.C., Peru, Paracas, Ceramic, postfired paint (63.232.79, 1976.287.31)
Pair of Keros with Carved Feline Handles, 17th–18th century, Peru, Wood with pigmented resin inlay (1994.35.22,.23)
Pair of Keros, 16th–17th century, Peru, Inka/Colonial, Wood, pigmented resin inlay (1994.35.15,.16)
Pair of wine coolers, marked 1781, Ignaz Josef Würth (Austrian), Austria (Vienna), Silver (2002.265.1a,b,.2a)
Partial dinner service, ca. 1800–1815, Attributed to Dihl et Guérhard, Paris, Porcelain (1994.480.1a,b–.16)
Partial table service, 1818, Pellatt & Green, London, Blown cut glass (2008.594.1a,b–.54a,b)
Pedestal Bowl, 13th–16th century, Costa Rica; Guanacaste-Nicoya, Ceramic (1979.206.377)
Physician's cupping glass or alembic, 9th–11th century, Found at Iran, Nishapur, Tepe Madrasa, Glass, greenish; blown, applied spout (40.170.132)
Pilgrim Flask, probably 1556–67, Bernard Palissy (French), Earthenware with colorless and transparent or opaque pigmented green, purple, blue, yellow, red-brown, and black lead glazes (1975.1.1620)
Pitcher, 3rd–4th century A.D., Roman, Blown glass (74.51.134)
Plate 2 of Verscheyde Constige Vindigen om in Gout, Silver, Hout en Steen te wercken, Michiel Mosyn (Dutch), after Adam van Vianen I (Dutch) and Gerbrand van den Eeckhout (Dutch), Amsterdam: [Cornelis Danckerts I], Etching and engraving (56.500.10[2])
Pot pourri, ca. 1695, French; Rouen, Soft-paste porcelain (50.211.186)
Punch bowl, 1901, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, Silver (1974.214.27)
Punch bowl, ca. 1750, Adrian Bancker (American), New York City, Silver (48.15)
Punch bowl, ca. 1751, New York City, Silver (50.161)
Punchbowl, ca. 1786–90, Chinese, Hard paste (1984.449)
Pyxides, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (91.1.1335)
Pyxis (cylindrical container), Ayyubid period (1169–1260), late 11th–early 12th century, Syria, Stonepaste, luster-painted on incised, opaque white glaze (1998.298a,b)
Ritual food container (dui), Eastern Zhou dynasty, ca. 4th century B.C., China, Bronze inlaid with composition of bone black and lacquer (2006.117a,b)
Salver, 1879–80, Frederick Elkington (British), Silver, partly gilt, (1991.229)
Scyphos (drinking cup), 15 B.C.–60 A.D., Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian, Signed by Perennius Tigranus, as owner, Roman, Terracotta; Arretine ware (17.194.894)
Scyphus, Early Imperial, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (91.1.2053)
Set of four beakers, 1795, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (58.3.1-.4)
Situla with design of ships, Dongson culture, 100 B.C.–100 A.D., Vietnam, Bronze (2000.284.60)
Sketch of enamel bowl, ca. 1898–99, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company (American), New York, New York, Watercolor and graphite (2005.495)
Skyphos (deep drinking cup), Classical, black-figure, mid-4th century B.C., Greek, Boeotian, Closely related to the Vine Tendril Group, Terracotta (1971.11.1)
Skyphos (drinking cup), 6th century B.C., Greek, Lydian, Terracotta (16.75.14)
Soup Bowl with Handles (Sopera con asas), ca. 1840, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.51)

Large Bowl, ca. 1840, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.54)

Footed Bowl with Heads, ca. 1845, Puebla, Tin-enameled earthenware (11.87.55)
Soup tureen with cover and stand, 1806–7 (tureen) and 1807–8 (stand), Mark of Paul Storr (British), Silver (39.65.38a-c)
Spherical Jar, Meroitic Period, ca. 100 B.C.–300 A.D., Meroitic, Painted pottery (08.202.47)
Spouted jar and stand, 9th century B.C.; Iron Age II, Excavated at Hasanlu cemetery, northwestern Iran, Ceramic (60.20.15)
Spouted Vessel, 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D., Mexico or Guatemala; Maya, Indurated limestone (1999.484.3)
Stamnos with lid, ca. 450 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Menelaos Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (06.1021.178)
Standing cup ("Coupe Chenavard"), 1837, Sèvres Manufactory (French), Hard-paste porcelain (2003.153)
Standing cup ("Coupe Couty"), 1879, Sèvres Manufactory (French); Decoration attributed to François Hallion (French), Hard-paste porcelain (1990.238ab)
Stem cup, Ban Chiang type, 1st millennium B.C., Thailand, Earthenware with painted and incised decoration (1987.424.4.2)
Stemmed cup with murex decoration, late 14th century B.C.; Late Helladic IIIA:2, Mycenaean, Terracotta (1972.118.137)
Stirrup jar with octopus, ca. 1200–1100 B.C.; Late Helladic IIIC, Helladic (Mycenaean), Terracotta (53.11.6)
Storage Jar (Urpu), 15th–early 16th century, Peru; Inka, Ceramic (1978.412.68)
Storage Jar, ca. 2000–1600 B.C., C-Group; From Faras, Upper Nubia, grave 3, Griffith excavations, Red and black ware with incised linear decoration (13.125.29)
Storage jar, late Yayoi period, ca. 100–200, Japan, Earthenware with incised decoration (1975.268.375)
Storage jar, Muromachi period, 14th–15th century; Shigaraki ware, Japan, Stoneware with natural ash glaze (1975.268.428)
Storage jar, Yayoi period (ca. 4th century B.C.–3rd century A.D.), Japan, Earthenware (1975.268.378)
Sugar bowl, 1760–75, John Bayly (American), Silver (39.23a,b)
Sugar bowl, 1790–1800, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (33.120.546a,b)

Creamer, 1790–1800, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (33.120.547)
Tankard, 1705–25, Simeon Soumaine (American), New York City, Silver (27.85.1)
Tea bowl, ca. 1575, Tanaka Chôjirô (?), (Japanese), Japan, Rough clay covered with a dull black glaze; three spur marks of iron supports (Raku ware) (17.118.74)
Tea set with teapot, creamer, and sugar bowl, 1813–14, Mark of Paul Storr (British), Silver, gilt (1974.379.1-3)
Teapot, 1820–21, John Edward Terrey (British), Silver, (1998.459)
Terracotta lekythos (oil flask), ca. 420 B.C.; red-figure and white-ground, Attributed to the Eretria Painter, Greek, Attic, Classical, Terracotta (31.11.13)
Tetrapod Bowl, 2nd–1st century B.C., Guatemala or El Salvador; Maya, Ceramic (1982.207.5)
Tivoli Hoard, mid-1st century B.C.; Late Republican, Roman; Italy, said to have been found at Tivoli or Boscoreale, Silver (20.49.2–.12)
Tripod Vessel, 4th–5th century, Mexico; Teotihuacan, Ceramic, red ocher (1979.206.364)
Tureen and cover with Russian imperial coat of arms, ca. 1735, Austrian; Vienna, Du Paquier period, Hard-paste porcelain (1982.60.330,b)
Tureen with Cover, 1770–80, Chinese, Hard-paste porcelain decorated in enamel colors and gilt (51.86.28a,b)
Tureen with stand from the Orloff Service, 1770–71, Jacques-Nicolas Roettiers (Flemish), French; Paris, Silver (33.165.2a-c)
Tureen, 1757–59, Marked by Edme-Pierre Balzac (French), French; Paris, Silver (48.187.418a-c)
Tureen, 1794–1814, Maker: Martin-Guillaume Biennais (French); Designer: Charles Percier (French); Designer: Pierre François Léonard Fontaine (French), Silver gilt (34.17.1a-c)
Turned Cup with Cover, 17th century, German, Ivory (10.212.2a,b)
Two-handled bowl, ca. 1690, Jacob Boelen (American), New York City, Silver (24.105)
Two-handled covered loving cup, ca. 1680, English, Silver over silver gilt (68.141.281ab)
Vase, 1880, Decorator: Mary Louise McLaughlin (American, 1847–1939), Painted and glazed earthenware (L.1987.11)
Vase, 1888, Decorator: Celia Laighton Thaxter (American, 1835–1894); Manufacturer: Boston China Decorating Works (1860–ca. 1925), Glazed and painted earthenware (1997.337)
Vase, ca. 1905, Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, 1865–1929), Porcelain (2004.464)
Vessel fragment with frieze of a bull, 3300–2900 B.C.; Late Uruk/Jemdet Nasr period, Mesopotamia, Steatite, chlorite (50.218)
Vessel in the form of a horn, ca. 500 B.C.–100 A.D., Vietnam, possibly Sa Hyunh culture, Hard stone (1999.276)
The Viking Punchbowl, ca. 1893, Paulding Farnham (American), designer; Tiffany & Company (American), manufacturer and retailer, Iron, silver, gold, wood (69.4)
Volute-krater, ca. 515 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Karkinos Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (21.88.74)
Water jar (mizusashi) with design of pine trees, Edo period, ca. 1720, Japan, Stoneware with underglaze iron-oxide and lacquer cover (Kenzan style) (29.100.614a,b)
Water pot, Edo period, ca. 1625, Japan, Bizen pottery; lacquer cover; called Daruma-shape (25.215.47a,b)
Wine bottle, Edo period, first half of 17th century, Japan, Porcelain with underglaze blue (Hizen ware, early Imari type) (1975.268.477)
Wine container, Momoyama period, ca. 1596–1600, Japan, Lacquered wood (1980.6)
Wine cooler, 1753, French; Vincennes, Soft-paste porcelain (1970.230.4)
Wine cup, ca. 1660, John Hull (American); Robert Sanderson Sr. (American), Boston, Silver (L.2008.22)
Wine cup, ca. 1740, Samuel Edwards (American), Boston, Silver (33.120.230a)
Wine Cup, Joseon dynasty, 15th century, Korea, White porcelain (17.175.1)
Wine cup, Tang dynasty, 8th–9th century, China, Silver with parcel gilding (1991.159)
Wine Jug, ca. 1780, Simon Petrus Conrand, Silver, parcel-gilt (2010.110.62a, b)
Wineglass or sweetmeat cup (confittiera) with scenes of Virgil and Febilla, ca. 1475–1500, Venice (Murano), Barovier Glass House, Enameled and gilded glass (17.190.730a,b)

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