26 UMMA Objects
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Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Jizo Bosatsu (?)
1945 – 1955
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1991/1.70
A deep, conical bowl on a straight foot ring, with subtle rim articulation. It is covered in a thickly applied dark iron-rich black glaze with silver-gray mottling. There is a stress crack from firing to rim and side. 
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Teabowl
1127 – 1279
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1983/1.119
A shallow bowl on a tall straight foot ring, covered in a thick brown-ochre glaze. The too-thick misfired glaze crawling and blistering away from the underlying clay body.
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Teabowl
1127 – 1279
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1983/1.123

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Rubbing of Folk Carving: Fudô Myôo, Seated with a Lasso and Sword
1945 – 1955
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1991/1.72
A scowling figure standing atop a pedestal. He has four arms, two of which are clasped together, and the other two of which are holding an orb and a stick. On the pedestal are two small human figures and two birds. Above the figure are two circles. On the right and left side of the image are lines of writing.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Shômen Kongô
1945 – 1955
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1991/1.71

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Rubbing of Folk Carving: Jizô Bosatsu
1945 – 1955
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1991/1.77

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Tea Bowl
20th century
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1983/1.114
A flat wooden stick coming to a point at each end. It has oval and tear-drop shaped abstract carvings on the surface with diagonal lines at the end.
Ainu
Ikupasuy (Prayer Stick)
1867 – 1932
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1991/1.79
A flat wooden stick coming to a point at each end. It has groups of three vertical lines at each end  and the middle of the stick.
Ainu
Ikupasuy (Prayer Stick)
1867 – 1932
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1991/1.80
A flat wooden stick coming to a point at each end. At each end as well as the middle of the stick, there are patches of thinly curled strips of wood.
Ainu
Ikupasuy (Prayer Stick)
1867 – 1932
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1991/1.82

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Rubbing of a Folk Carving: Patron Saint of Marriage (Dôsôshin), from Kami Imai, Higashi Chikuma, Shinshû Region
1945 – 1955
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1991/1.69

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Rubbing of a Folk Carving of the Buddhist King of Hell (Enma Ô)
1945 – 1955
Gift of Mrs. Caroline J. Plumer
1991/1.74
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