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Shallow Vessel from Europe

Vessel, Shallow, Europe

Works of Art (87)

Armorial Gemellion, third quarter of 13th century, Limoges, France, Copper, engraved and gilded, champlevé enamel (49.56.8)
Armorial Plate (Tondino), ca. 1520–25 (or 1519?), Nicola da Urbino (Italian), Majolica (1975.1.1019)
Basin with a Horseman Spearing a Serpent, 1390–1400, Spanish (Valencia?), Lustered earthenware (41.100.173)
Basket, 1731/32, John Edwards II (British), Silver, silver plate (2011.432a, b)
Beaker and saucer, ca. 1775, Russian; Saint Petersburg, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Hard-paste porcelain (1982.60.177,.178)
Bowl (upper part of a tazza), ca. 1540–50, South German (Nuremberg?), Boxwood and fruitwood (17.190.643)
Bowl Base with Old and New Testament Scenes, ca. 350–400, Byzantine, said to have been found in 1715 in the Roman catacomb of Saint Callisto, Glass, gold leaf (16.174.2)
Bowl Base with Saints Peter and Paul Flanking a Column with the Christogram of Christ, made late 300s, Gold, glass leaf, Byzantine, from Rome (16.174.3)
Bowl Fragments with Menorah, Shofar, and Torah Ark, 4th century, Roman or Byzantine, Glass, gold leaf (18.145.1 ab)
Bowl with a putto holding a pinwheel, ca. 1530, Workshop of Maestro Giorgio Andreoli (Italian, Gubbio), Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica) (1975.1.1107)
Bowl, 1787–88, French; Sèvres, Hard-paste porcelain (1997.518)
Bowl, ca. 1974–75, Lucie Rie (British, born Austria), Porcelain

Untitled, ca. 1969

Hans Coper (British, born Germany), Stoneware
Bread plate, ca. 1850, Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (British), Stoneware (1994.371)
Bronze footbath with stand, late 5th–early 4th century B.C., Greek, Bronze (38.11.5a,b)
Chalice, Paten, and Straw, ca. 1230–1250, German, Silver, partly gilded; niello, jewels (47.101.26–29)
Childbirth bowl (scodella) with Aeneas Fleeing Troy (interior) and grotteschi (exterior); and tray (tagliere) with Pyramis and Thisbe (top) and Hercules and the Nemean Lion (bottom), ca. 1530–40, Baldassare Manara (Italian), Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica) (1975.1.1043a,b)
Childbirth tray (desco da parto) with scenes from Boccaccio's Commedia delle ninfe fiorentine: Ameto's Discovery of the Nymphs and Contest between the Shepherds Alcesto and Acaten, ca. 1410, Master of 1416 (Italian, Florentine), Tempera on panel (26.287.1,2)
Colorless floral plate, ca. 100–150 A.D., Roman, Cast glass (81.10.237)
Composite mosaic dish, early 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (59.11.6)
Covered bowl and stand, 1774, Marked by Louis Landes (French), French; Toulouse, Silver (48.187.7ab,.8)
Dish with an allegory of Chastity and the arms of Matthias Corvinus and Beatrice of Aragon, 1476–ca. 1490, Probably Pesaro, Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica) (46.85.30)
Dish with design of grasses, Momoyama period, late 16th–early 17th century, Japan, Stoneware with decoration incised through iron-rich clay slip (Mino ware, gray Shino type) (1975.268.436)
Dish with scene of Christ at Supper with Simon the Pharisee and with the Arms of Orsini Impaling della Rovere, 1528, Circle of Nicola da Urbino (Italian); lustered in the workshop of Maestro Giorgio Andreoli (Gubbio), Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica), with luster (1975.1.1103)
Dish, 1664–65, Anthony Ficketts (English), Silver gilt (68.141.79)
Dish, 3rd–4th century A.D., Roman; From Cologne, Cut glass (81.10.46)
Dish, ca. 1520, Italian (Deruta), Tin-glazed earthenware (majolica) with on-glaze blue painting and luster (29.100.93)
Dish, ca. 1870, Joseph-Théodore Deck (French, 1823–1891), Earthenware with underglaze and enamel polychrome decoration ("Persian" faience) (1985.225)
Dish: The Wedding Feast of Cupid and Psyche, 1558, Pierre Reymond (French), Enamel on copper (1984.195)
Drinking cup, 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D.; Late Hellenistic or Republican, Roman, Silver (1991.11.6.1)
Drinking cup, 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D.; Late Hellenistic or Republican, Roman, Silver (1991.11.6.2)
Ewer and basin (lavabo set), ca. 1680–85, Moldavia (Chisinau), most likely court workshop, Partially gilded silver (2005.62.1,.2a,b)
Ewer and Basin, French, in the manner of Bernard Palissy, after an original pewter set of ca. 1585–90 by François Briot, White earthenware, molded in relief, with colored lead glazes (53.225.29,04.9.20)
Ewer and basin, 1610–11, Symon Owen (English), Silver gilt (68.141.135,136)
Ewer and basin, ca. 1726, English; London, Gilt silver (68.141.133,.134)
Garland bowl, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Augustan, Roman, Glass (91.1.1402)
"Gondola" cup with figure personifying a spring, ca. 1620–25; model, ca. 1600–1610, Probably by Guillaume Dupré (French), Lead-glazed earthenware (53.225.54)
Hexagonal Dish, 1696, Hungarian, Transylvania, Silver, parcel-gilt (2010.110.42)
Jardinière, ca. 1878, Émile Reiber (French), Partially electrogilded copper, silver plated with black patina on red patina background, bronze patina with gold highlights, painted canvas (1991.88a,b)
Jardinière, ca. 1902, Henry van de Velde (Belgian); Manufacturer: Theodore Muller, Weimar, Silver (2000.350)
Kylix (drinking cup), ca. 470 B.C.; Classical, white-ground, Attributed to the Villa Giulia Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1979.11.15)
Kylix, ca. 460 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Painter of Munich 2660, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (17.230.10)
Kylix, ca. 480 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Dokimasia Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (06.1021.188)
Kylix, ca. 500 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to Douris, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1986.322.1)
Kylix, ca. 540–530 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to the Amasis Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1989.281.62)
Kylix: eye-cup (drinking cup), ca. 530 B.C.; black-figure, Greek, Attic, Archaic, Terracotta (09.221.39)
Kylix–Type B, ca. 500 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Ashby Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1993.11.5)
Low-footed bowl with bust of a woman, ca. 1530, Urbino or Castel Durante, Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica) (1975.1.1084)
Marbled slip ware bowl, Neronian, mid-1st century A.D., Roman, Terracotta (17.194.852)
Monochrome blown vessels, 1st–4th century A.D., Roman and Cypriot, Translucent blown glass (17.194.72,.96,.167; 81.10.32)
"Murmansk" fruit dish, 1982, Ettore Sottsass (Italian, born Austria); Manufacturer: Memphis, Silver (1992.216.1)
Pair of fruit dishes, 1766–67, Thomas Heming (English, Silver gilt (49.7.92,93)
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)
Pilgrim flask with Saint Menas, 610–50, Byzantine, Earthenware (17.194.2291)
Plate (Piatto), 1532, Francesco Xanto Avelli da Rovigo (Italian), Maiolica (1975.1.1131)
Plate with Pelican, 15th century, Netherlandish (Dinant or Malines), Brass, beaten (64.101.1498)
Plate with Wife Beating Husband, ca. 1480, Netherlandish (Dinant or Malines), Brass, beaten (64.101.1499)
Plate, 1791, French; Sèvres, Hard-paste porcelain (62.165.1)
Plate, 1808, Sèvres Manufactory (French); Decorated by Pierre André Le Guay (French); gilded by Joseph-Léopold Weydinger (French), Hard-paste porcelain (1987.224)
Plate, 1827, Sèvres Manufactory (French), Hard-paste porcelain (2002.57)
Plate, Archaic, ca. 510 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to Paseas, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (2010.64)
Plate, ca. 1740, French, Faience (tin-enameled earthenware); Diam. 9 3/4 in. (24.8 cm) (17.190.1867)
Plate, ca. 1755–60, Russian; Saint Petersburg, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Hard-paste porcelain (65.47)
Plate, ca. 1877, English, Earthenware (1991.110.3)
Plate, ca. 520–510 B.C.; red-figure, Greek, Attic, Signed by Epiktetos as painter, Terracotta (1981.11.10)
Plate, mid-2nd century A.D.; Mid-Imperial
Signed by Sabinianus, Roman, Terracotta; East Gaulish terra sigillata ware (17.194.867)
Plateau, 1817–18, Richard Sibley (British), Silver (97.42)
Platter with Fish, 300–500, Late Roman; Made in Gaul, possibly found in Grand, northwestern France, Copper alloy with tin overlay (47.100.30)
Platter, ca. 1745, Italian; Doccia, Hard-paste porcelain (06.372a)
Platter, last quarter of 16th century, School of Bernard Palissy (French), Made in France, Lead-glazed earthenware (53.225.52)
Ribbed bowl, late 1st century B.C.–mid-1st century A.D., Roman, Cast glass (81.10.39)
Saint-Porchaire ewer, ca. 1530–50, French, White earthenware with inlaid clay decoration under a lead glaze (17.190.1740)
Set of three soup plates, 1866–75, Félix Bracquemond (French); produced by Eugène Rousseau (French), Creamware (1996.161.1–3)
Soup plate (part of a set of three), 1866–75, Félix Bracquemond (French, 1833–1914); producer: Eugène Rousseau (French, 1827–1891); manufactory: Lebeuf et Milliet, Creamware (1996.161.3)
Soup plate, 1847, Sèvres Manufactory (French), Hard-paste porcelain (37.175.1)
Spouted bowl, ca. 2700–2200 B.C.; Early Cycladic II, Cycladic; Keros-Syros culture, Marble (2001.766)
Standing cup, Probably after a design by Reinhold Vasters (German), Jasper, partly enameled gold mounts, set with diamonds, emeralds, rubies, and pearls (17.190.1703)
The Stockbridge Race Cup, 1870–71, C. F. Hancock, manufacturing silversmiths (London), Silver, partly gilt, (1990.153)
Tazza with cover, ca. 1550–55, with later restorations, French, Saint-Porchaire or Paris, Lead-glazed earthenware inlaid with slip, with molded ornament, with 20th century unpainted foot (17.190.1745a,b)
Toilet set in original leather case, ca. 1743–45, Germany (Augsburg), Silver marked by 14 goldsmiths, Gilt silver, hard-paste porcelain, cut glass, walnut, carved and partially gilt coniferous wood, blind-tooled and partially gilt leather, partially gilt steel and iron, textiles, moiré paper, hog's bristle (2005.364.1–.48)
Tray, 1806–7, Digby Scott (English), Benjamin Smith (English), partners, Silver-gilt, (1977.436.3)
Tray, dated 1784, Italian (Pesaro); Made at the Casali and Galigari Factory (59.208.26)
Two scallop-shell dishes from the Orloff Service, 1772–73, Jacques-Nicolas Roettiers (Flemish), French; Paris, Silver (48.187.386,.387)
Wave bowl, ca. 1880, Design attributed to Christopher Dresser (British, 1834–1904); manufactured by Linthorpe Pottery Works, Glazed earthenware (2001.549)
Wine cistern, 1709–10, Lewis Mettayer (English), Silver (68.141.132)
Wine Cistern, ca. 1562, Manufactured by the factory of Orazio Fontana, Urbino, Italy, Tin-glazed earthenware (majolica) (32.100.362)
Wine cup on a high foot (tazza), 1599, English, Silver gilt (68.141.104)