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A LARGE WHITE PORCELAIN 'PILGRIM FLASK'. Liao Dynasty, A.D. 10th/Early 11th Century. in the form of a leather pouch, the bulging sides gathered at the
Scholars have also suggested that flasks like this were used as holy oil containers. As this pilgrim flask demonstrates, however, the influence of Islamic models was long-lasting. The term “pilgrim flask” is associated with a kind of flat-sided vessel that was originally used as a water canteen by travelers in the Middle East, and artisans in Syria and Egypt were the first to perfect the art of applying gilt and enamel decoration to glassware. Pilgrim Flask, early 17th century.Ceramic; earthenware, molded and covered with a green glaze, 8 11/16 x 6 11/16 x 4 1/8 in.
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Earthenware with three-color (sancai) lead glazes Trans-Asiatic trade expanded the Chinese repertoire of simple, wheel-thrown clay shapes to include composite forms pressed in molds. Pilgrim flask. The flask is part of a large ceramic service, each piece of which is painted with the arms of Fernando Ruiz de Castro, 6th Count of Lemos, and of his wife. In 1599 they arrived in Naples, which was then a Spanish dominion, as the new Viceroys. This pilgrim flask, one of the rare porcelains produced in the Medici factory, is an example of the earliest porcelain made in Europe.
Next to the Virgin Mary, St. Thecla was the most popular female saint in late antiquity and an Object Description. From the shape of dried gourds used by travelers to carry drinking water, metalworkers patterned their versions of these flasks.
Italian pilgrim flask with flattened rounded body, with round neck and short spout, with two small lug handles on the sides of the body for carrying by belt. Period:
701 AD–750 AD. China. Earthenware with three-color (sancai) lead glazes Trans-Asiatic trade expanded the Chinese repertoire of simple, wheel-thrown clay shapes to include composite forms pressed in molds. Pilgrim flask.
These small vials were made to contain holy water or holy oil from a saint's shrine. These were usually made of relatively cheap materials and were cast in reusable molds. Pilgrim Flask.
In 1599 they arrived in Naples, which was then a Spanish dominion, as the new Viceroys. This pilgrim flask, one of the rare porcelains produced in the Medici factory, is an example of the earliest porcelain made in Europe. By the late 1500s, maiolica wares had begun to decline in popularity among the affluent.
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03/10/ An iznik blue and white pottery pilgrim flask with animals, turkey. Sold Hitta redaktionellt stockfoto på Iznik blue white pottery pilgrim flask animals och andra foton i Shutterstocks samling med redaktionella Lustrous Wheel-made pilgrim flasks were manufactured. (1988).
Free-blown colorless glass with gold leaf, enamel, and applied decoration.
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Details Pilgrim bottles have a long history, and supplicates would use them to carry home water, oil or soil from the holy sanctuaries they visited. This custom
Choice museum quality vessel. Rare. Thompson, F.H. 1956: ‘ Pilgrim flask from Meols ’ Journal of the Chester Archaeological Society 43: 48 – 49 Van Rossenberg , E. 2003 : Go with the Flow, or How to Sink a Past that is Floating . Check out our pilgrim flask selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our groomsmen gifts shops.
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Pilgrim Flask (Bian Hu) Origin China Date 565 CE–699 CE Medium Stoneware with mold-impressed decoration under yellowish-brown lead glaze Dimensions 24.1 × 20.4 × 12.2 cm (9 1/2 × 8 × 4 13/16 in.) Credit Line Lucy Maud Buckingham Collection Reference Number 1924.270
Dates: 50 BC -- 50 AD. Dimensions: 10.0 x 6.7 x 5.9 cm (3 15/16 x 2 5/8 x Pilgrim Flask. 2015 034 001 V0001.