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Ewer, toilet Ewer, toilet

Silver toilet ewer with a plain, tapering cylindrical body set on a stepped moulded foot, by Thomas Ker, Edinburgh, 1706 - 1707, made for Charles Hope, first Earl of Hopetoun

Ewer Ewer

Glazed earthenware ewer with blue and white transfer-printed pattern - Lady of the Lake, by George Gordon of Prestonpans, c. 1835 - 1839

Ewer Ewer

Ewer of dark red earthenware with a white slip and a transparent yellow glaze, four loop handles and a curved spout: Japan, probably Owari province, Seto, 1870-1885

Duomuhu Duomuhu

Tibetan-style cylindrical ewer (duomuhu) of painted enamel on copper, with body divided into three sections with different coloured dragons chasing flaming pearl on cloud background, animal-headed spout, lobed crown form rim, and two lion-head knops with handles on rear: China, Guangdong Province, probably Guangzhou, Qing Dynasty, 19th century

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Ewer and cover of gold with projecting peach-shaped panel on each side containing chased scroll work, engraved lotus leaves on neck, spout rising from the mouth of a qilin, cover with bands of diaper and scroll work: China, Qing Dynasty, 18th to middle 19th century, from the imperial Summer Palace at Beijing, presented by the British forces in 1860 to Lieut-General Sir Hope Grant

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Buff earthenware ewer with a speckled glaze, concave base, squat cylindrical body, curved shoulder, cylindrical neck, loop handle and a tapering spout: China, Tang dynasty, 618 - 907 AD

Ewer Ewer

Ewer of blue and white porcelain with flowers in blue, and handle, snail-cover, and dragon-nozzle of spout in silver-gilt: China, gilt in Danzig, 17th century

Ewer Ewer

Ewer of blue and white porcelain with flowers in blue, and handle, snail-cover, and dragon-nozzle of spout in silver-gilt: China, gilt in Danzig, 17th century

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Ewer with melon-shaped body, narrow neck, wide mouth and ring foot, of greyish glazed pottery with a brown lustre, decorated with rough figure subjects in panels: West Asia, Iran, Rayy, 12th century

Ewer Ewer

Ewer of white composite paste with opaque white alkaline glaze, decorated with a design of bands of animals, inscriptions, and palmettes in golden brown lustre: Middle East, Iran, Kashan, early 13th century

Aftabe Aftabe

Ewer or aftabe of glazed earthenware with ornament in blue, each flattened side with a caricature human figure in a heart-shaped panel, the rest of the surface with floral and scroll designs: Middle East, Iran, 16th or 17th century

Ewer Ewer

Ewer of semiporcelain painted in blue under a clear glaze with floral ornament in panels: Middle East, Iran, 17th or 18th century

Aftabe Aftabe

Ewer (āftābeh) of brass with onion-shaped body and decoration of arch-like motifs arranged around the pointed top and hanging trefoils and medallions around the lower part, inscription reads 'The servant of the King of Divine Trusteeship Mohammed Agha': Middle East, Western Iran, early 17th century

Ewer Ewer

Ewer of clear colourless glass, with an inverted pear-shaped body with applied vertical ribbed bands of decoration, a cylindrical neck, curved spout and handle: Middle East, Iran, 18th - 19th century

Ewer Ewer

Ewer of plum-coloured, brownish glass, with a small and squat circular body, accentuated by a projecting horizontal ridge around its middle, resting on a projecting and profiled circular base: Middle East, Iran, 18th - 19th century

Ewer Ewer

Ewer or decanter of gold-brown coloured glass, with a pear-shaped body, a short neck with a small trailed loop handle and tooled decoration, and a curved spout with an applied finial around the tip: Middle East, Iran, 18th - 19th century

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