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Vessel, Europe

Works of Art (343)

Alabastron (perfume vase), ca. 600 B.C.; Archaic, Etruscan, Etrusco-Corinthian, Terracotta (26.60.94)
Amphora (jar), ca. 540–530 B.C.; black-figure, Signed by Taleides as potter, attributed to the Taleides Painter, Greek, Attic, Archaic, Terracotta (47.11.5)
Amphora, ca. 490 B.C.; Classical; red-figure, Attributed to the Berlin Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (56.171.38)
Amphora, ca. 530 B.C.; Archaic; black-figure, Attributed to the manner of the Lysippides Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (56.171.14)
Amphora, ca. 530 B.C.; Archaic; red-figure, Signed by Andokides, as potter; Attributed to the Andokides Painter (red-figure decoration); Attributed to Psiax (black-figure decoration), Greek, Attic, Terracotta (63.11.6)
Amphoriskos (flask) in the form of a bird-man, late 5th century B.C.; Classical, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1999.68)
Amphoriskos (perfume bottle), late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Augustan or early Julio-Claudian,Roman, Banded agate (2001.253)
Apothecary Jar (Orciuolo), 1431 (?), Florence, perhaps workshop of Giunta di Tugio (Italian), Maiolica (1975.1.1061)
Aquamanile in the Form of a Knight on Horseback, mid-13th century, German (Lower Saxony, probably Hildesheim), Copper alloy (64.101.1492)
Aquamanile in the Form of a Lion, ca. 1400, German (Nuremberg), Copper alloy (1994.244)
Aquamanile in the Form of Aristotle and Phyllis, late 14th century, South Lowlands, Copper alloy (1975.1.1416)
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)
Arretine cup signed by Tigranes, ca. 25 B.C.–10 A.D.; Augustan, Roman, Terracotta (10.210.37)
Aryballos (perfume vase) in the form of two heads, fourth quarter of 6th century B.C.; Archaic, East Greek; Said to be from Tarquinia, in Etruria, probably at Naukratis, Faience (1972.118.142)
Aryballos in the shape of an eagle's head, late 7th–early 6th century B.C.; Archaic, Greek; Rhodian, Terracotta (2006.267)
Aryballos, ca. 570 B.C.; black-figure, Greek, Attic, Signed by Nearchos as potter, Terracotta (26.49)
Autumn, 1745, Nicolas-Sébastien Adam le Jeune (French) and Ange Jacques Gabriel (French), Paris, Marble (66.29.2)
Avar Treasure, Belt Fittings, 700s, Avar; Found in Vrap, eastern Albania, Gold (17.190.1673-1701)

Vessels, 700s, Avar or Byzantine; Found in Vrap, eastern Albania, Silver and gold (17.190.1704-1706; 1708-1712)

Bucket, 600s, Byzantine; Found in Vrap, eastern Albania, Silver (17.190.1707)
Bail-amphora (jar), ca. 330–310 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Ixion Painter, Greek, South Italian, Campanian, Terracotta (06.1021.240)
Basin with a Horseman Spearing a Serpent, 1390–1400, Spanish (Valencia?), Lustered earthenware (41.100.173)
Beaker ("Monkey Cup"), ca. 1425–1450, South Netherlandish; Made in Burgundian Territories, Silver, silver-gilt, painted enamel (52.50)
Beaker with birds and animals, 4th century B.C., Thraco-Geti style, Lower Danube region, Thrace, Silver (47.100.88)
Beaker with the "Mala Strana" of Prague, ca. 1830, Bohemian, Glass (1990.328.2)
Beaker, 15th century, German, found in burial mounds on the Estate Abrau near Novorossisk, in the Caucasus, Glass (06.141)
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, ca. 460 B.C.; Classical; red-figure, Attributed to the Danae Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (23.160.80)
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 (mixing bowl), ca. 350–325 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to Python, Greek, South Italian, Paestan, Terracotta (1976.11.5)
Bell-krater (mixing bowl), ca. 350–325 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Archidamos subgroup of the Chevron Group, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (96.18.22)
Bell-krater (mixing bowl), ca. 360–350 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to Asteas, Greek, South Italian, Paestan, Terracotta (62.11.3)
Bell-krater (mixing bowl), ca. 360–350 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to Python, Greek, South Italian, Paestan, Terracotta (1989.11.4)
Bell-krater (mixing bowl), ca. 400–380 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Sarpedon Painter (active ca. 400-360 B.C.), Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (16.140)
Bell-krater (mixing bowl), ca. 430–410 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Pisticci Painter (Greek, active ca. 440-410 B.C.), Greek, South Italian, Lucanian, Terracotta (96.18.57)
Bell-krater, ca. 440 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Painter of London E 497, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (24.97.30)
Biscuit box with cover, ca. 1870, Christopher Dresser (British), Earthenware, silver plate (1992.282a,b)
Bottle (Refredador), first half of 16th century, Spanish (Valencia), Tin-glazed earthenware with luster decoration (94.4.358)
Bottle in the form of a fish and a flask in the form of grapes, 1st–3rd century A.D., Roman, Mold-blown glass (17.194.251; 17.194.231)
Bottle, 3rd–4th century A.D., Roman, Cut glass (17.194.317)
Bottle, ca. 1862, Attributed to Christopher Dresser (British), Bone china (1996.94)
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 arms of the Dazzi family, 1430–60, Spanish; Manises, Valencia, Tin-glazed earthenware (56.171.156)
Bowl, 1787, French; Sèvres, Hard-paste porcelain (1997.518)
Bowl, 2nd–early 1st century B.C., Hellenistic, Greek, Onyx glass (91.1.1303)
Bowl, 3rd–4th century A.D., Roman, Blown glass (17.194.314)
Bowl, ca. 1971, Mary Rogers (British), Porcelain (2008.658.10)
Bowl, Late Antique, 2nd half of 4th–early 5th century A.D., Roman, Glass, blown and cut (17.194.328)
Box with Aristotle and Phyllis, 14th century, French; Made in Paris ca. 1310-30, Ivory (17.190.173ab, 1988.16)
Box with Sleeping Eros, 300s, Roman or Byzantine; Said to have been found in Tartus, Syria, Silver (47.100.33)
Box, René-Jules Lalique (French), Seicoid (cellulose acetate) (24.145.3ab)
Box, ca. 1875, French, Gold and enamel (2002.258)
Bread plate, ca. 1850, Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (British), Stoneware (1994.371)
The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Green Box), September 1934, Marcel Duchamp (French), Box containing collotype reproductions on various papers (2002.42a–vvvv)
Bronze footbath with stand, late 5th–early 4th century B.C., Greek, Bronze (38.11.5a,b)
Bronze hydria (water jar), 4th century B.C.; Classical, Greek, Bronze (44.11.9)
Bronze hydria (water jar), 5th century B.C.; Classical, Greek (06.1078)
Bronze hydria (water jar), late 7th–early 6th century B.C., Greek, Bronze (1995.92)
Bronze hydria (water jar), mid-5th century B.C.; Classical, Greek, Bronze (26.50)
Bronze kylix (drinking cup), 4th–3rd century B.C., Greek, Bronze (07.286.97)
Bronze oinochoe, mid-6th century B.C., Greek, Bronze (1997.158)
Bronze pointed neck-amphora with stand, ca. 500–450 B.C., Greek, Bronze (2004.171a,b)
Bronze rod tripod stand, early 6th century B.C., Greek, Bronze (1997.145.1)
Bursa Reliquary, early 900s, North Italian, Bone, copper-gilt, wood (53.19.2)
Cabinet with personifications of the Five Senses, third quarter of 17th century, English, Satin worked with silk and metal thread, purl, chenille, seed pearls, coral beads, and mica; tent knots, rococo, satin, couching, and detached buttonhole stitches, knots; woven metal thread trim; silk and paper lining (29.23.1)
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)
Calyx-krater (mixing bowl) with theatrical scene, ca. 400–390 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Tarporley Painter, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (24.97.104)
Calyx-krater (vessel for mixing wine and water) depicting Herakles, Theseus, and Perithous in Hades, ca. 450–440 B.C.; red-figure, Greek; Attic, Attributed to the Nekyia Painter, Terracotta (08.258.21)
Calyx-krater depicting a phlyax masquerading as a reveler, ca. 400–390 B.C.; Red-figure, Attributed to the Konnakis Group, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (51.11.2)
Cantharus (drinking cup), ca. 40–80 A.D.; Early Imperial, Claudian or Flavian, Roman, Glass; free-blown (81.10.60)
Casket (cofanetto or scrigno), ca. 1570–90, Venice, Beech wood, partially gilded and painted rosewood veneer; gold powder, gold leaf, silver flakes, silver-gilt, bronze, and yellow metal (57.25ab)
Casket (cofanetto or scrigno), ca. 1575–1600, Venice, Beech wood, painted and decorated ebony with encrustations of mother-of-pearl; gilded ivory, and gouache miniatures on parchment under glass; later textile-lining (17.190.848)
Casket, 11th–12th century, Probably southern Italy or Sicily, Ivory (17.190.241)
Cassone with the Conquest of Trebizond, 1460s, Marco del Buono Giamberti (Italian, Florentine); Apollonio di Giovanni di Tomaso (Italian, Florentine), Tempera, gold, and silver on wood (14.39)
Chalice of Peter of Sassoferrato, 1341–42 with later, perhaps 15th-century, cup, Italian; Siena, from the Franciscan Church of Sassoferrato, Silver gilded and translucent enamel (1988.67)
Chalice, 16th century (1532–33), Made in Paris, France, Silver-gilt (1996.287)
Chalice, ca. 1222, Brother Bertinus, Made in possible Meuse Valley, Northern Europe, Silver and silver gilt (47.101.30)
Chalice, ca. 1380, Spanish; Catalonia, Barcelona, Silver, silver gilt, and translucent enamel (1988.66)
Chalice, Paten, and Straw, ca. 1230–1250, German, Silver, partly gilded; niello, jewels (47.101.26–29)
Chariot krater, ca. 1400–1370 B.C.; Late Helladic IIIA, Helladic (Mycenaean), Terracotta (74.51.964)
Child's porridge bowl and spoon, 1897–98, Mark of Roberts and Belk (British), Silver, partly gilt (1991.296.1,.2)
Chrismatory, ca. 1200–1220, Limoges, Copper: engraved, chased, and gilt; champlevé enamel: lapis and lavender blue, turquoise, light and dark green, red, and white (17.190.853)
Cista with Amazonomachy, 4th–3rd centuries B.C., Italic, Bronze (96.18.1)
Cista with Herakles Amazonomachy, 4th–3rd centuries B.C., Italic, Bronze (22.84.2)
"Clutha" vase, ca. 1890, Christopher Dresser (British), Green glass (1991.20.2)
Coconut Cup with Cover, ca. 1533–34, Hans van Amsterdam (Low Countries, 's-Hertogenbosch), Silver gilt, coconut (Cocos nucifera) (17.190.622ab)
Coffee and tea service (déjeuner chinois reticulé), 1855–61, Sévres Manufactory (French); Decorator: Jean-Marie-Ferdinand Réginer (French), Hard-paste porcelain (69.193.1–11)
Coffee service, 1900–1904, Designer: Léon Kann (French; active at Sèvres), Hard-paste porcelain (1988.287.1a,b)
Coffeepot, 1756–57, Marked by François-Thomas Germain (French), French; Paris, Silver, wood (33.165.1)
Colorless floral plate, ca. 100–150 A.D., Roman, Cast glass (81.10.237)
Column-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water), ca. 350–320 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Group of Boston 00.348, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (50.11.4)
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 (mixing bowl), 4th century B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Rueff Painter, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (1974.23)
Column-krater, ca. 550 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to Lydos, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (31.11.11)
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)
Covered cup, ca. 1565–70, Chinese with English mounts, Hard paste and silver gilt (68.141.125a,b)
Covered vase, ca. 1695–1710, French; Saint-Cloud, Soft-paste porcelain (17.190.1912ab)
Cup supported by enchained Turk, ca. 1700, German; Frankfurt am Main, Jade (nephrite), aragonate (alabaster), chalcedony, onyx, diamonds, rubies, garnets, silver-gilt, and gold (1975.1.1508)
Cup, third quarter of 14th century, Bohemian, Prague, Jasper, gilded silver (2000.504)
Deep Dish (brasero), ca. 1430, Spanish (Valencia), Tin-enamelled earthenware (56.171.162)
Dinos (mixing bowl), ca. 630–615 B.C., Attributed to the Polyteleia Painter, Greek, Corinthian (Transitional Period), Terracotta (1997.36)
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, 1664–65, Anthony Ficketts (English), Silver gilt (68.141.79)
Dish, 19th century, Joseph-Théodore Deck (French, Earthenware with underglaze and enamel polychrome decoration ("Persian" faience) (1985.225)
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: The Wedding Feast of Cupid and Psyche, 1558, Pierre Reymond (French), Enamel on copper (1984.195)
Double Cup, ca. 1300–1350, Germany or Bohemia, Silver and gilt-silver with applied opaque enamel (1983.125a,b)
Double Cup, ca. 1590–1600, Caspar Beutmüller the Elder, Made in Germany (Nuremberg), Gilded silver (17.190.609a,b)
Engraved bowl with medallions, 4th century A.D., Roman, Glass (17.194.318)
Eucharistic Dove, ca. 1215–1235, French; Made in Limoges, Gilded copper with champlevé enamel (17.190.344)
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, 1745–46, Marked by Marc Bazille (French), French; Montpellier, Silver (58.60.1,.2)
Ewer and basin, ca. 1726, English; London, Gilt silver (68.141.133,.134)
Ewer with Wild Man Finial, ca. 1500, German; Made in Nuremberg, Silver, silver-gilt, painted and enameled decoration (53.20.2)
Ewer, 16th century (ca. 1575–87), Manufactured in the Medici workshops, Florence, Italy, Soft-paste porcelain (17.190.2045)
Ewer, 1784–85, Marked by Jean-Baptiste-François Chéret (French), Paris, Silver (1980.79)
Ewer, 7th–6th century B.C., Phoenician; [Spain?], Bronze (55.121.1)
Ewer, ca. 1350–80, mounts ca. 1400, German or Rhenish, Jasper, gilded silver (17.190.610)
"Fire of London" and "Plague" tankard, 1673–74, The Master I.N. (English), Silver (1987.54)
"Fireworks" vase, 1921, Edward Hald (Swedish); Manufacturer: Orrefors Glasbruk, Engraved flashed glass (27.96.5)
Fish plate, ca. 350–325 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Helgoland Painter, Greek, South Italian, Campanian, Terracotta (06.1021.241)
Footed bowl, 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D., Hellenistic or Roman, Cast glass (81.10.129)
Fountain, ca. 1750–60, French; Mennecy, Soft-paste porcelain (50.211.125a-c)
Fragment of a calyx-krater (mixing bowl), ca. 400–380 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Black Fury Painter, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (20.195)
Frankish "Claw" Beaker, 400–600, Found in Bellenberg Voehringen, southern Germany, Glass (81.10.189)
Fruit or flower basket, 1823, Sèvres Manufactory (French); Designer: Louis Martin Berthault (French); Designer: Pierre-Louis Micaud (French), Hard-paste porcelain (1985.119)
Garland bowl, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Augustan, Roman, Glass (91.1.1402)
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, Murano (Italian), Glass (1988.403a,b)
Goblet, 1800–1801, Naphtali Hart (British), Silver, parcel-gilt (29.60.1)
Gold kantharos (drinking cup with two high vertical handles), ca. 1550–1500 B.C.; Late Helladic I, Mycenaean, Gold (07.286.126)
Gold-glass alabastron, 1st century B.C., Hellenistic, Glass (17.194.286)
Gold-glass bottles, first half of 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (17.194.259)
Hydria (water jar) depicting Herakles with women, a satyr, and Pan in the Garden of the Hesperides, early 4th century B.C.; red-figure, Greek; Attic, Attributed to the Hesperides Painter, Terracotta (24.97.5)
Hydria (water jar) with the infant Herakles strangling snakes sent by the goddess Hera, ca. 460–450 B.C.; red-figure, Greek; Attic, Attributed to the Nausicaä Painter, Terracotta (25.28)
Hydria (water jar), ca. 420–400 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Amykos Painter (Greek, active ca. 430-400 B.C.), Greek, South Italian, Lucanian, Terracotta (91.1.466)
Ice bucket, 1838–39, Possibly mark of John Watson (British, active in Sheffield), Silver, (1979.497)
Incense holder, late 16th–early 17th century, Zhu Sansong, China, Bamboo (1995.271)
Jar, ca. 1735–40, French; Chantilly, Soft-paste porcelain (50.211.121)
Jar, ca. 1750, Italian; Capodimonte, Soft-paste porcelain (50.211.266)
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. 1893, Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer (French); Clément Massier (French), Golfe-Juan, France, Earthenware with metallic glaze (2005.220)
Jewel box, 1920, Dagobert Peche (Austrian); Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte, Gilded silver (1978.8a-c)
Jewelry casket, 1857, Pietro Giusti (Italian), Carved walnut, ebony, lined with red velvet (1998.19)
Jug, 1775–76, Matthew Boulton (British) and John Fothergill (English), Silver (1993.73)

Tripod stand, 1775–76, Matthew Boulton (English) and John Fothergill (English), Silver (66.192.5a–c)
Jug, ca. 220–250, Roman, Terracotta (74.51.383)
Kalyx krater with reliefs of maidens and dancing maenads, 1st century A.D.; Julio-Claudian, Roman, Marble (23.184)
Kantharos (drinking cup with high handles), ca. 325–300 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Painter of Bari 5981, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (06.1021.233)
Krater with a lid surmounted by a small hydria, mid-8th century B.C.; Geometric, Greek, Euboean or Cycladic; Found at Kourion, Cyprus, Terracotta (74.51.965)
Krater, ca. 750–700 B.C.; Geometric, Attributed to the Hirschfeld Workshop, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (14.130.14)
Kylix (drinking cup), ca. 470 B.C.; Classical, white-ground, Attributed to the Villa Giulia Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1979.11.15)
Kylix (drinking cup), ca. 480 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Briseis Painter, Greek, Attic, Classical, Terracotta (53.11.4)
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–Type B, ca. 500 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Ashby Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1993.11.5)
"La Passeggiata Archaeologica" ("An Archaeological Stroll") urn with cover, 1925, Gio Ponti (Italian), Porcelain (31.83ab)
Large cista, mid-4th century B.C., Italic, Bronze (22.84.1)
Larnax (chest-shaped coffin), mid-13th century B.C.; Late Minoan IIIB, Minoan; Greece, Crete, Terracotta (1996.521a,b)
Lead-glazed terracotta jug, first half of 1st century A.D.; Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian, Roman, Terracotta (43.11.2)
Lebes gamikos (jar with lid, foot, and handles associated with weddings), ca. 340–320 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Group of New York 28.57.10, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (17.46.2)
Lebes gamikos (wedding vase), ca. 430–420 B.C.; Classical, Attributed to the Washing Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (07.286.35a,b)
Lekanis (dish) with lid and finial, second half of 3rd century B.C., Greek, Sicilian, Centuripe, Terracotta (30.11.4a–c)
Lekanis (dish), ca. 330–320 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Menzies Group (active ca. 340-315 B.C.), Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (96.18.55)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 440 B.C.; white ground, Attributed to the Achilles Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1989.281.72)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 450 B.C.; white-ground, Attributed to the Sabouroff Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (21.88.17)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 470–460 B.C.; Classical; White ground with red-figure, Attributed to the Painter of the Yale Lekythos, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (07.286.44)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 480–470 B.C.; red-figure Attributed to the Tithonos Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta (25.78.2)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 500 B.C.; black-figure on white ground, Attributed to the Sappho Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (41.162.29)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 500 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to the Diosphos Painter, Greek, Attic, Archaic, Terracotta (64.300)
Lekythos depicting Poseidon pursuing Amymone, ca. 440 B.C.; Red-figure, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (17.230.35)
Lekythos, ca. 480 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Brygos Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (24.97.28)
Lekythos, ca. 550 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to the Amasis Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (56.11.1)
Loutrophoros (ceremonial vase for water), ca. 340–330 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Darius Painter (Greek), Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (11.210.3a,b)
Loutrophoros (ceremonial vase for water), third quarter of 4th century B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Metope Painter, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (1995.45.1)
Loving cup with cover, 1742–43, Paul Lamerie (English), Silver gilt (25.15.58ab)
Loving cup, 1772, Richard Williams (Irish). Silver, silver gilt (68.141.191)
Low-footed bowl with bust of a woman, ca. 1530, Urbino or Castel Durante, Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica) (1975.1.1084)
Lydion (perfume jar), 6th century B.C., Greek, Lydian, Terracotta (26.164.27)
Marbled slip ware bowl, Neronian, mid-1st century A.D., Roman, Terracotta (17.194.852)
Modiolus (one-handled drinking cup), 1st century A.D.; Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian or Flavian
Roman, Glass; free-blown (29.100.71)
Monochrome blown vessels, 1st–4th century A.D., Roman and Cypriot, Translucent blown glass (17.194.72,.96,.167; 81.10.32)
Monochrome cast vessels, 1st century A.D., Roman, Translucent cast glass (17.194.155) (91.1.1238) (81.10.128) (29.100.84)
Mosaic ribbed bowl, 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Early Imperial, Augustan or Julio-Claudian, Roman, Glass; cast and tooled (17.194.561)
"Murmansk" fruit dish, 1982, Ettore Sottsass (Italian, born Austria); Manufacturer: Memphis, Silver (1992.216.1)
Mycenaean chariot krater, first half of 13th century B.C.; Late Helladic IIIB:1, Mycenaean; Found on Cyprus, Terracotta (74.51.966)
Neck amphora (storage jar), ca. 620/615–595/590 B.C., Greek, Corinthian; Said to be from Capua, Terracotta (06.1021.18)
Neck amphora, fourth quarter of 8th century B.C.; Late Geometric, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (10.210.7)
Neck-amphora (jar), ca. 500 B.C.; Attic, black-figure, Attributed to the Diosphos Painter, Greek, Terracotta (56.171.25)
Neck-amphora (jar), ca. 530 B.C.; Attic, black-figure, Attributed to an artist near Exekias, Greek, Terracotta (98.8.13)
Neck-amphora, Archaic, ca. 540–530 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to a painter of the Princeton Group, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (2010.147)
Neck-amphora, ca. 540 B.C.; Archaic; black-figure, Attributed to Exekias, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (27.16)
Nestoris (two-handled jar), ca. 360–350 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Painter of New York 52.11.2 (Greek, active ca. 360-320 B.C.), Greek, South Italian, Lucanian, Terracotta (52.11.2)
Nolan neck-amphora (jar), ca. 440–430 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Dwarf Painter, Greek, Attic, Classical, Terracotta (56.171.42)
Nolan neck-amphora with triple handles, ca. 470–460 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Achilles Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (25.189.2)
Oinochoe (jug), ca. 325–300 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Stuttgart Group, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (06.1021.209)
Oinochoe (jug), ca. 325–300 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Stuttgart Group, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (06.1021.211)
Oinochoe-chous depicting women perfuming clothes, ca. 420–410 B.C.; Classical, red-figure, Attributed to the Meidias Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (75.2.11)
Oinochoe, 1st century A.D., Roman, Opaque glass (17.194.170)
One-handled kantharos, ca. 500 B.C.; Archaic, Attributed to the Class of the One-Handled Kantharoi, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (63.11.4)
Pair of fruit dishes, 1766–67, Thomas Heming (English, Silver gilt (49.7.92,93)
Pair of skyphoi (cups) with relief decoration, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Early Imperial, Augustan, Roman, Silver with gilding (1994.43.1,.2)
Pair of vases ("Vase Gothique Fragonard"), 1844, Sèvres Manufactory (French); Decorated by Jacob Meyer-Heine (French), Hard-paste porcelain (1992.23.1,.2)
Pair of vases, ca. 1763, French; Sèvres factory, Soft-paste porcelain (56.80.1a-c,.2a-c)
Pair of vases, ca. 1784–95, Spanish; Buen Retiro, Soft-paste porcelain (42.30.17ab,.18ab)
Pair of vases, ca. 1795–1800, Nikolai Stepanovich Vereshchagin (Russian), Russian; Archangielsk, Walrus and elephant ivory (1998.13.1,.2)
Pair of wine coolers, 1766, Zacharias Deichman the Elder, Russian; Saint Petersburg, Silver (1981.367.1,.2)
Panathenaic prize amphora, ca. 525–500 B.C.; black-figure Attributed to the Kleophrades Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta (07.286.79)
Panathenaic prize amphora, ca. 525–500 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to the Kleophrades Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (16.71)
Panathenaic prize amphora, ca. 530–520 B.C.; Black-figure, Attributed to the Euphiletos Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (14.130.12)
Partial table service, 1818, Pellatt & Green, London, Blown cut glass (2008.594.1a,b–.54a,b)
Pelike (jar), ca. 330–310 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Underworld Painter, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (01.8.14)
Pelike (jar), ca. 330–310 B.C.; red-figure, Close in style to the Underworld Painter, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (06.1021.228)
Perfume Burner, dated 1599, Giuseppe de'Levi (Italian), Italian (Veronese), Bronze (41.100.84a,b)
Pharmacy Jar, dated 1515, Italian (Siena), Tin-glazed earthenware (majolica) (23.166)
Pharmacy Jar, late 15th century, Italian (Naples), Tin-glazed earthenware (majolica) (46.85.15)
Pilgrim flask, ca. 1500–1525, Venice, Free-blown glass, enameled and gilded (1975.1.1167)
Pitcher, 1879–82, Christopher Dresser (British), Earthenware (1988.423.1)
Pitcher, 3rd–4th century A.D., Roman, Blown glass (74.51.134)
Pitcher, ca. 1899, Edward Colonna (German), Stoneware, grès flammé, with silver mounts (26.228.7)
Plaque, 10th–early 11th century; Caliphal, Attributed to Córdoba, Spain, Ivory, quartz, pigment (13.141)
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. 1739–43, Chinese for the English market, Hard paste (1978.196)
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. 325–300 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Kantharos Group, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (06.1021.229)
Plate, ca. 520–510 B.C.; red-figure, Greek, Attic, Signed by Epiktetos as painter, Terracotta (1981.11.10)
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)
Portland Vase, early 19th century, Josiah Wedgwood (British), Jasper (94.4.172)
Pot pourri, ca. 1695, French; Rouen, Soft-paste porcelain (50.211.186)
Powder flask, ca. 1575, Germany, Iron, gold, textile (2008.638.1)
Powder flask, late 17th century, German, Ivory, silver-gilt, steel (2007.479.2)
Psykter with lid and two swinging handles, late 6th century B.C., Greek, Bronze (60.11.3a,b)
Psykter, ca. 520–510 B.C.; Archaic; red-figure, Attributed to Oltos, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1989.281.69)
Psykter, ca. 520–510 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to Oltos, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (10.210.18)
Pyxides, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (91.1.1335)
Pyxis (box with lid), mid-8th century B.C.; Geometric, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (48.11.5a,b)
Pyxis (box), ca. 465–460 B.C., white-ground, Attributed to the Penthesilea Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (07.286.36)
Pyxis, 10th century (950–975); Caliphal, Spanish; Made in Andalusia, Ivory (1970.324.5)
Pyxis, ca. 1400–1100 B.C.; Late Minoan IIIB, Minoan; Greece, Crete, Terracotta (1999.423)
Reliquary Casket with Scenes from the Martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket, ca. 1173–80, English or German, Silver with niello, gemstone (17.190.520)
Rhyton in the form of a bull's head, ca. 1450–1400 B.C.; Late Minoan II, Minoan; Greece, Crete, Terracotta (1973.35)
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)
Saltcellar, mid-13th century, French; Made in Paris, Gold, rock crystal, emeralds, pearls, spinel or balas rubies (1983.434)
Salver, 1879–80, Frederick Elkington (British), Silver, partly gilt, (1991.229)
Savoy vase, 1936, Alvar Aalto (Finnish), Glass (1985.223)
Scyphus, Early Imperial, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (91.1.2053)
Set of three soup plates, 1866–75, Félix Bracquemond (French); produced by Eugène Rousseau (French), Creamware (1996.161.1–3)
Situla (Bucket for Holy Water), ca. 860–880, Carolingian; From the Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Crannenburg, Germany, possibly made in Reims, northern France, Ivory with copper alloy gilt mounts and inlays (17.190.45)
Situla (bucket), ca. 360–340 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Lycurgus Painter (active ca. 350 B.C.), Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (56.171.64)
Six-Sided Container, 200–300, Roman; Probably made in Gaul, Copper alloy with millefiore enamel (47.100.7)
Skyphos (deep drinking cup), ca. 330–300 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the APZ Painter, Greek, South Italian, Campanian, Terracotta (06.1021.238)
Skyphos (deep drinking cup), ca. 350–325 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the CA Painter, Greek, South Italian, Campanian, Terracotta (91.1.444)
Skyphos (drinking cup), 6th century B.C., Greek, Lydian, Terracotta (16.75.14)
Snuffbox, ca. 1764–65, Possibly by Pierre-François-Mathis de Beaulieu (French), French; Paris, Four-color gold, enamel (17.190.1158)
Snuffbox, ca. 1815, Maker: Gabriel-Raoul Morel (French); School of Jean-Baptiste Isabey (French) and possibly Madame Aimée-Zoë Lizinka de Mirbel (French), Gold, ivory (17.190.1114)
Soup plate, 1847, Sèvres Manufactory (French), Hard-paste porcelain (37.175.1)
Soup tureen with cover and stand, 1806–7 (tureen) and 1807–8 (stand), Mark of Paul Storr (British), Silver (39.65.38a-c)
Spouted bowl, ca. 2700–2200 B.C.; Early Cycladic II, Cycladic; Keros-Syros culture, Marble (2001.766)
Stamnos (Jar), late 6th century B.C., Attributed to the Painter of London B 343, Greek, Archaic, Attic, black-figure, Terracotta (2011.233)
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)
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)
Standing Salt, 1584–85, Made by the anonymous goldsmith "IG", English (London), Silver (52.134a–e)
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)
The Stockbridge Race Cup, 1870–71, C. F. Hancock, manufacturing silversmiths (London), Silver, partly gilt, (1990.153)
Storage jar, 2nd–3rd century A.D., Roman, Mold-blown glass (17.194.219)
Strigilated vase with snake handles and lid, second half of 2nd century A.D.; Antonine, Roman, Marble (2007.31a,b)
Table snuffbox, ca. 1745–50, Russian; Probably region of Velikiy Ustyg, Partially polished green turban snail; gilded, matted, punched, and engraved silver; niello (1995.327)
Tankard, ca. 1700, By Johann Berend (Livonian), Silver, partly gilt (32.75.84)
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)
Tea and coffee service, 1773, Johan Henrik Blom (Finnish), Russian; Saint Petersburg, Parcel-gilt silver, enamel, ebonized fruitwood (47.51.1–.5)
Tea set with teapot, creamer, and sugar bowl, 1813–14, Mark of Paul Storr (British), Silver, gilt (1974.379.1-3)
Teakettle on tripod table stand, 1724–25, Simon Pantin I (English, English (London), Silver (68.141.81)
Teapot, 1820–21, John Edward Terrey (British), Silver, (1998.459)
Terracotta Hadra hydria (water jar) with figural medallion, 3rd century B.C.; Ptolemaic, Greek (90.9.67)
Terracotta Hadra hydria (water jar) with funerary inscription, 226–225 B.C.; Ptolemaic, Greek (90.9.5)
Terracotta hydria (water jar), ca. 510–500 B.C.; black-figure, Greek, Attic, Attributed to the Class of Hamburg 1917.477 (06.1021.77)
Terracotta hydria (water jar), ca. 520–510 B.C.; black-figure, Greek, Caeretan, Attributed to the Eagle Painter (64.11.1)
Terracotta hydria: kalpis (water jar), ca. 510 B.C.; Archaic, red-figure, Greek, Attic (56.171.31)
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)
Three fragments of a calyx-krater (mixing bowl), ca. 360–340 B.C.; added color, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Gnathian, Terracotta (10.210.17a,b,d)
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)
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)
Traveling tea set, ca. 1879, Christopher Dresser (British); Hukin & Heath (Birmingham), Gilt and silver-plated white metal, split bamboo, leather-covered wood with velvet and glazed cotton linings (2000.594.1a,b–.8)
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)
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 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)
Two fragments of a skyphos (deep drinking cup), ca. 420–400 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Palermo Painter (Greek, active ca. 415-400 B.C.), Greek, South Italian, Lucanian, Terracotta (12.235.4)
Two scallop-shell dishes from the Orloff Service, 1772–73, Jacques-Nicolas Roettiers (Flemish), French; Paris, Silver (48.187.386,.387)
Two-handled covered loving cup, ca. 1680, English, Silver over silver gilt (68.141.281ab)
U-shaped vase, 1886 or 1889, Christopher Dresser (British), Hard-paste porcelain (1988.30)
Vase ("Vase Jasmine Cornet"), 1834, Sèvres Manufactory (French); Decorated by Pierre Riton (French); gilded by Jean-Louis Moyez (French), Hard-paste porcelain (1978.373)
Vase in the form of a ketos, second half of 7th century B.C., Greek (Cretan or South Italian), Terracotta (2009.529)
Vase in the form of a sleeping African (known as Ethiopian) boy, 3rd–2nd century B.C., Cypriot, Terracotta (74.51.2263)
Vase in the shape of a cockerel, second half of 7th century B.C., Etruscan, Terracotta (24.97.21ab)
Vase with cover, 1888–98, William De Morgan (British); Manufacturer: Sand's End Pottery (British), Lustered earthenware (23.163.2ab)
Vase, 18th century (1780), Made by Wedgwood and Co., Etruria/Staffordshire, England, Black basalt (66.17)
Vase, 1921, T.A.C. (Theodoor Christiaan Adriaan) Colenbrander (Dutch, 1841–1930); manufactured by Plateelbakkerij Ram (Dutch, 1921–35), Arnhem, The Netherlands, Glazed earthenware (2010.346)
Vase, 3rd century, Provincial Roman, Champlevé enamel, copper alloy (47.100.5)
Vase, ca. 1713–15, German; Meissen, Hard-paste porcelain (42.205.26)
Vase, ca. 1730, Austrian; Vienna, du Paquier period, Hard-paste porcelain (54.147.94)
Vase, ca. 1730–35, German; Meissen, Hard-paste porcelain (1974.356.363)
Vase, ca. 1749, French; Vincennes, Soft-paste porcelain (1972.132.1)
Vase, ca. 1899, Designer: Max Läuger (German); Factory: Kandern Tonwerke, German (Baden), Earthenware (1991.182.1)
Vase, ca. 1925, Jean Dunand (French, born Switzerland), Lacquered metal (1998.194ab)
Vase, late 18th century, John Flaxman (English); Made by Josiah Wedgewood and Sons, Etruria/Staffordshire, England, Jasperware (09.194.7)
Vessel with cover and liner, ca. 1735–40, Austrian; Vienna, du Paquier period, Hard-paste porcelain (64.101.269a-d)
Volute-krater (mixing bowl), ca. 330–310 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Baltimore Painter, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (69.11.7)
Volute-krater (vase for mixing wine and water), ca. 320–310 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Capodimonte Painter, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (56.171.63)
Volute-krater (vase for mixing wine and water), early 6th century B.C., Attributed to Sophilos, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1977.11.2)
Volute-krater, ca. 515 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Karkinos Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (21.88.74)
Wave bowl, ca. 1880, Formerly attributed to Christopher Dresser (British), 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 cooler, 1753, French; Vincennes, Soft-paste porcelain (1970.230.4)
Wine coolers, ca. 1760–70, Italian; Doccia, Tin-glazed hard-paste porcelain (1985.384.1,.2)
Wine cup on a high foot (tazza), 1599, English, Silver gilt (68.141.104)