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1883 British Vase (one of two) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New

Glass jar with two handles (amphora) - roman glass

Vase (one of a pair) Designer:Possibly designed by Albert-Ernest Carrier

The woman is depicted spinning cloth. This is one of the finest Attic white ground vases I've ever seen. The British ...

Hydria - c.500 BC - Attic Greek The British Museum

British Museum 1864,1007.231 (ca. 420–400 BC) A chous from

Glass Bowl, c. 375-425, late Roman, glass.

Masterpiece: After casually sitting in a Middlesex home for decades, this 18th century Chinese

Late 19th century British Vase at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

manufactory George Woodall (British, designer and engraver Date: Place of origin: England, United Kingdom Medium: cameo glass

Josiah Wedgwood (British, Vase with cover (one of a pair), ca. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Glass jug, Roman Britain, 2nd century AD. From a grave at Bayford,

1780 British Vase at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Material, Glass, later gilt-bronze mounts

Creamer | American or British | The Met

This red Attic vase from the British Museum (ca. 480-470 BC) is thought to have inspired John William Waterhouse's painting of Ulysses and the Sirens.

The Portland Vase, today on display in the British Museum. Photograph: Wikipedia (

Colour photograph of the Portland Vase

Greek black figure pottery, Greek red figure pottery, British Museum, Panathenaic prize amphora

Bottle vase MET DP-1687-028 670806 Designer: Christopher Dresser, British,

Portland Vase, about 1790

Cool blue hues vases

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A WEBB CAMEO GLASS VASE Stourbridge, England, circa 1900

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Timothy Harris Isle of Wight Studio Glass Graal Green Globular Vase Gold Dragonflies http:/

LINTHORPE-BRITISH-art-pottery with Christopher Dresser design

Perry: 'I thought it would be an interesting experiment to make a work that

Pan, Lycurgus Cup (British Museum) •

Photographed front-lit with flash, the cup appears in the green colour it has without light coming through the glass

Satyr, Lycurgus Cup (British Museum) •

Roman Glass, Cameo technique used for the 'Portland Vase', fully restored 1989 – British Museum



Figure 6. Fragment of Attic olpe (jug) depicting a ram, attributed to the manner of the Gorgon Painter, c. 600 BC. British Museum, 1888,0601.566.

Which of these vases is a vahz?

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Faience libation vase model from one of the foundation deposits of the pylon of the sanctuary of Amun-Ra, built under Ptolemy II Philadelphos (285–246 BC).

panther, Lycurgus Cup (British Museum) •

Chinese ceramics

r antiquities in the british museum a photo essay clio image

Ming dynasty Xuande mark and period (1426–35) imperial blue and white vase.

Orange and white ceramic bottles -- Sophie Cook

r antiquities in the british museum a photo essay clio image

Dionysus, Lycurgus Cup (British Museum) •

After nearly 200 years in darkness on the ocean floor, the reconstructed vases now sit proudly in the British museum for all to see.

... Beaker with birds and animals ...

Dionysus, Lycurgus Cup (British Museum) •

Right: Skyphos by the CA-Painter (350-325 B.C.; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 91.1.444)

Change: Works such as the Siren Vase showed witches as beauties - a stance embraced

Vivienne-Foley green melon ceramic vessel

Ambrosia, Lycurgus Cup (British Museum) •

The most expensive item, a 9in blue and white Moon Flask from the 15th century


A holy water vessel from the same period, pictured, achieved £9.1million


The Arts and Crafts Context of Central Congregational Church

The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman. Grayson Perry. British Museum. 13-01-12

Contemporary and vintage porcelain wares

Long-Necked Vase, Gerasa (Jordan), 4th-5th century A.D., Pale bluish glass, 5.8 x 4.5 cm (2 5/16 x 1 3/4 in.) Diameter of Mouth: 2.1 cm (13/16 in.).

Two blues bottles - Sophie Cook

The axe, Lycurgus Cup (British Museum) •

the portland vase

Grayson Perry: 'I am nostalgic for a time when art galleries were empty' | Art and design | The Guardian

Moiré Vase II, 2014

Glass Jar Belonging to Sargon II, About 720-710 BCE, Northwest Palace, ...

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Portland or Barberini Vase in the British Museum - Stock Image

The Vase, seen here near the London Eye (Image: berkeleygroup)

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Ge-type vase, with "gold thread and iron wire" double crackle

Sophie Cook contemporary vases in turquoise and lime green

A homeowner had a real life Del-Boy moment after finding this old vase in

The Kaikoku dress was created by Hussein Chalayan (British, born Cyprus, 1970)

British Museum – Ming: 50 Years Changing China and the World

Chinese pottery

Wedgwood-lustre-tall-vase V&A

Korean vase, third quarter 18th century, with later British filigree at top. Metropolitan Museum of Art / Wikimedia Commons

The "Floating Dress" by Hussein Chalayan, a British designer born in Cyprus, from his 2011-2012 Autumn/winter collection. This is a "dress" in only the ...

Venetian Murano Yellow Blue Pink Gold Flecks Italian Art Glass Antique Bud Vases

Right: Pyxis by the Paternò Group (320-310 B.C.; British Museum, London 1978,0414.26)

British Navy Pusser's Rum / Wade Decanter

Gallery image of this property

Photo/Vase-Painting of a Woman Decking a Tomb with Garlands

Lycurgus Cup British Museum The Lycurgus Cup

Sophie-Cook ceramic contemporary vases by three

Matthew-Blakely-tall-bottleRain-Jar with blue streaks

The Portland Vase: Sir William Hamilton, Josiah Wedgwood and the Darwins. Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 52, No. 2 (July): 237-259.

1750; Culture: British, Staffordshire; Medium:

Middle: Lebes gamikos by the Capua Painter (360-340 B.C.; British Museum, London 1772,0320.558.1)

British Museum top ten exhibits - the must see items if you are in a hurry

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Japan-British (1910) Exposition works

Lidded vase, Japan, about 1880-1890. Museum no. 266-1903