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Vessels and tableware - Containers

Clay container, end of the 19th century, 33 x Ø 41 cm.

Clay container, end of the 19th century, 33 x Ø 41 cm.

© Private collection
Silver pitcher, Spain, 17th century, 14 x Ø 12.5 x Ø 11.5 cm.

Silver pitcher, Spain, 17th century, 14 x Ø 12.5 x Ø 11.5 cm.

© Alcázar de Colón

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Material
Ceramics | Porcelain | Wood | Metals | Bones
Type
Utensils and vessels
Details
Vessels made out of ceramic, glazed ceramic or porcelain; may be plain, decorated with low reliefs, monochromatic colours, landscapes and/or geometrical motifs. Pitchers made out of metal (silver, copper, bronze) or from carved wood; may be gilded and/or have bone or mother-of-pearl inlays.
Red List
Red List of Dominican Cultural Objects at Risk
Countries
Dominican Republic
Period
Colonial and Republican periods (15th - 20th centuries)