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A nearly cylindrical, dark gray and brown earthenware pot, with somewhat larger diameter at top than bottom and small, knob-like handles on either side near the top. Decorated wtih a line of small circular indentations around the upper portion, in line with the handles. Coarse linear imprints cover the entirety of the pot.
Diné (Navajo) (Navajo (culture or style))
Navajo Gray Ware Cooking Pot
1935 – 1945
Gift of Estelle Titiev, from the collection of Mischa Titiev
1984/2.19

Paul Gavarni
Le Marchand de Casseroles
1847 – 1851
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1989/2.13

German
Coffeepot
1755 – 1765
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1969/2.40
In this image there are two containers holding pink flowers. The larger of the two vessels in the foreground and slightly to the left of center. To the lower right of this vessel is an array of fruits (presumably grapes and peaches). The other smaller vessel is directly behind the fruits.
Sojae Choon-mook Park
Roses and Fruit
20th century
Gift of Duane and Katie Renken
1998/2.6

Linda Connor
Tours, France, from "Photographs Rhode Island School of Design"
1966
Gift of The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, in memory of Morris D. Baker, a graduate of The University of Michigan School of Architecture, 1952
2000/2.139.11
This is a stoneware ceramic pot on a tall foot ring with one large central globular body topped with one large central hu-shaped pot and four smaller hu-shaped pots that encircle it. The upper and lower body of the main pot is decorated with bands of incised bowstring decoration. It is covered by a thin layer of accidental ash glaze. 
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Five conjoined pots
206 BCE – 25 CE
Gift of Domino's Pizza, Inc.
1993/1.99

Ka Kwong Hui
Abstract Form
1969
Museum Purchase
1969/1.107
This work is a depiction of haniwa, clay figures used as tomb burial objects during the Kôfun Period (250–338 CE) that have come to be emblematic of Japanese art and cultural traditions.
Saitō Kiyoshi (Japanese (culture or style))
Clay Image (Q) (highly abstracted haniwa female figure and pot)
1954
Gift of the artist
1958/2.25

Jose Moreno Villa
Still Life
1927
Bequest of Florence L. Stol
1968/1.99
Print depicting a can of Campbell’s condensed soup with “Pepper Pot” written in red capital letters across bottom half of can.
Andy Warhol (American (North American))
Campbell's Soup I, Pepper Pot
1968
Gift of Frances and Sydney Lewis
1969/1.95

M.C. Escher
XXIV Emblemata
1931 – 1932
Gift of Hugh and Margaret Cooper
1985/1.88
A squat, gracefully rounded pot with a mouth that is slightly smaller than the widest circumference of the pot, and a tapered base. The interior is colored white (slip). There is a band of black along the rim. The exterior is decorated with a checkerboard-like pattern of alternating rectangles of two designs: brownish-orange divided vertically by a white stripe broken by three thin black lines and white squares divided diagonally with wave-like black shapes.
Acoma Pueblo (Acoma)
Pot
1925 – 1935
Gift of Estelle Titiev, from the collection of Mischa Titiev
1984/2.20
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