File:Gravfynd, grön urna från Handynastin - Hallwylska museet - 96093.tif

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Vas
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Svenska: VAS. Gravfynd. Bukig Hu vas med insvängd hög hals. Runt skuldran en bred fris med djurframställningar. Frisen är på två ställen avbruten av en maskaron med ring i munnen (imiterande handtag). Glasyren är mörkt olivgrön med mörkare ränder, finsprucken, vid mynningen stannad i droppar samt täckande delvis botten, där tre märken efter bränningsstöd. Godset ljust rödbrunt, på insidan till största delen täckt med grågul lera; på övre delen märken efter drejning. Köpt av Georg Karlin ur sydtysk samling därefter inköpt hos Bukowski 1919. Pris 950 Kr.Kärlets form och enkla dekor har sin förebild i de bronsföremål som under Handynastin användes till vin. Blyglaserat lergods tillverkades i norra Kina under dynastierna Han och Qing. Det är den mest framgångsrika typen avglasyr för lergods och har använts i Egypten, i södra medelhavsområdetoch i norra Europa från 200-talet f. Kr. och fram till i dag. Till Kina kom den först runt 400-talet f. Kr. Blyglasyr är relativt enkel att framställa och när den är ny är färgerna starka och klara. Glasyren blir dock lätt sliten och skadad och är olämplig att använda på bruksföremål för mat och dryck, då den kan framkalla förgiftning. Därför var den endast lämplig på begravningsföremål. Kärlet har en bård runt skuldran med jaktscener applicerade i relief. De föreställer både verkliga djur och fantasivarelser: tigrar, hjortar, bevingade drakar och flygande fåglar, samt en bågskytt till häst som skjuter mot en bevingad drake. Den fantasifulla scenen fullbordas av två odjursmaskerRed earthenware hu vase with green lead glaze. Eastern Han dynasty, 1st-2nd century AD.Copying a contemporary bronze, the vase has a band round the shoulder with hunting scenes applied in relief, containing both real and imaginary creatures: tigers, deer, winged dragons and flying birds, and a mounted archer shooting backwards at a winged dragon. This fantastical scene is complemented by two beast masks on the shoulder with pendant rings. Lead-glazed earthenwares were made in north China during the Han period.Red earthenware hu vase with green lead glazeEastern Han dynasty, 1st-2nd century ADLead-glazed earthenwares were made in north China during the Han-Qing dynasties.The shape of this vase and the simple lines around its body imitate Han dynasty bronzes used for wine. Lead glazing was the most successful earthenware glaze-type in history. It was used in Egypt, the southern Mediterranean and northern Europe from the 3rd century BC to the present day, and first appeared in China about 400 BC. Lead glazes are relatively easy to make, and when new are brilliant and brightly coloured. However, they weather and chip easily, and are poisonous when used for eating and drinking, so they were only suitable for burial wares. The vase has a band round the shoulder with hunting scenes applied in relief, containing both real and imaginary creatures: tigers, deer, winged dragons and flying birds, and a mounted archer shooting backwards at a winged dragon. This fantastical scene is complemented by two beast masks on the shoulder with pendant rings.
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Gravfynd, grön urna från östra Handynastin, 206 f.Kr - 220 e.Kr.
Nyckelord: Föremålsbild, Grön, Handynastin, glasyr, keramik, urna, gravfynd, kärl, krus
Date 25-220
Medium earthenware
QS:P186,Q1377111;
Dimensions
  • Diameter: 13.3 cm (5.2 in)
    QS:P2386,13.3U174728
    (fot)
  • Diameter: 25.2 cm (9.9 in)
    QS:P2386,25.2U174728
  • Diameter: 13.5 cm (5.3 in)
    QS:P2386,13.5U174728
    (mynning)
  • Height: 32 cm (12.5 in)
    QS:P2048,32U174728
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Place of origin China
Source/Photographer Jens Mohr LSH 96093 (hm_dig12233)
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