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Jim Dow
Atlanta Braves Atlanta- Fulton County Stadium, from 'Jim Dow: The National Leagu
1982
Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Shwayder
1984/2.53.1

Jim Dow
St. Louis Cardinals Busch Memorial Stadium, from 'Jim Dow: The National League S
1982
Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Shwayder
1984/2.53.8

Jim Dow
San Francisco Giants Candlestick Park, from 'Jim Dow: The National League Stadiu
1982
Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Shwayder
1984/2.53.7

Jim Dow
Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field, from 'Jim Dow: The National League Stadiums' portfol
1982
Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Shwayder
1984/2.53.2

Jim Dow
Pittsburgh Pirates Three Rivers Stadium, from 'Jim Dow: The National League Stad
1982
Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Shwayder
1984/2.53.5

Jim Dow
Philadelphia Phillies Veterans Stadium, from 'Jim Dow: The National League Stadi
1982
Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Shwayder
1984/2.53.4

Ronald Kitaj
Ctric News Topi
1932 – 1983
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
1983/1.194

Jim Dow
New York Mets Shea Stadium, from "Jim Dow: The National League Stadiums"
1982
Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Shwayder
1984/2.53.3

Jim Dow
San Diego Padres Jack Murphy Stadium, from 'Jim Dow: The National League Stadium
1982
Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Shwayder
1984/2.53.6
A small glazed porcelain piece resembling a cake stand. The top is detailed with a carved geometric pattern that would imprint the rice cake being molded on it.<br />
Rice cake stamps are used to impress designs upon rice cakes. They are generally made of wood or ceramic. Ceramic rice cake stamps normally come in the form of round stamps and consist of a patterned surface and a handle. Patterns, carved or raised, on the stamp vary from geometric lines to auspicious designs that wish for prosperity and longevity. Their small size makes them highly portable, while their simple yet contemporary designs have mad them popular among collectors. The University of Michigan Museum of Art collection includes nine white porcelain rice cake stamps. Some are gifts from Mr. and Mrs. Hasenkamp, and others are gifts from Ok Ja Chang and the Chang family.<br />
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The base of the foot is carved into a concave surface. Glaze has been wipe way from the foot rim. This stamp is made from pure white clay.<br />
[Korean Col
Korean (Korean (culture or style))
Rice Cake Mold
1900 – 1950
Gift of Ok Ja Chang and the Chang Family
2009/2.82
View of a village with a dirt road lined with thatched-roof structures.
John Edward Saché (German (culture or style))
Native Bazaar
1865 – 1882
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
1995/1.74
Tall hourglass-shaped stand. Composed of three separate parts: two bowls and a connecting cylinder. The pieces are unified with appliqu&eacute;d bands encircling the cylinder horizontally as well as evenly spaced cut-out shapes of rectangles and triangles leading up the stand vertically in lines.<br />
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This is a dark grayish brown, cylindrical, high-fired stoneware vessel stand. Parts of the bowl-shaped section have a yellowish brown tint. The walls of the vessel are relatively thick and have a coarse texture. The upper part of the neck has a flared profile, but its rim slopes inwards. The cylindrical neck is divided into three sections by thick double raised bands. In each section of the neck are rectangular perforations that are vertically aligned with those of the other sections. The bell-shaped pedestal is divided into three sections by thin raised bands and has perforations vertically aligned with those of the cylindrical neck. Only the perforations of the uppermost section of the pedestal are t
Korean (Korean (culture or style))
Tall Ceremonial Stand for Jar
5th century
Gift of Bruce and Inta Hasenkamp and Museum purchase made possible by Elder and Mrs. Sang-Yong Nam
2004/1.178
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