- CA YHS YHS_982.14.57
Rough pottery lid
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Rough pottery lid
Chinese brush pen Used at the dedication of the Chinese Railway Works National Monument Sept. 25, 1982
Used in Josh temple in Yale on altar. Poor grade of clay. Grey glaze Filled with oil, wick inserted and lit. Base pedestal is hollow, 2nd pedestal with solid base, top mounting has small opening with elongated hole to 2nd pedestal
Chinese beer bottle 1900 - 1915 Teal blue in color BIMAC (blown in mold, applied crown top) Whittled effect
Small Ng Ka Py brownware jar
Chinese serving dish Hand painted - Circa 1900 Bottom rough glaze used by the On Lee family of Yale, B.C.
Serving bowl used by Chinese families. White glaze, with dark blue flowers, orange decoration, splashes of lighter blue, 2 narrow blue lines, blue curlecue, thin blue line, 2 thin bllue lines on base Double ring base Inside of bowl - bark blue, br...
Chinese dark brown glaze pot, both inside and out
Brown pottery food pot Very common in Chinese homes Circa 1890 - 1900 Glaze does not reach bottom of pot.
Split bamboo kitchen whisk. Used for cleaning pots and pans. This whisk was originally in the On lee home
Green turn mold, crude neck. Applied blob lip Shallow base Circa 1890 Beer or wine
Ladies black fitted fine wool serge tunic. Mandarin collar, hook front with frogs and covered oblong wooden buttons. Collar, sleeves, front and back of tunic trimmed with black braid. Was probably worn over a skirt. Circa 1900
Brown straight sided jar with lid Chinese Sechwan brownware ceramic food container Lid - brown color, rounded and smooth
China bowl with hand painted flower design on sides and bottom of inside in pinks and greens. Chinese symbol on bottom of bowl. Bowl is an off white color. One side of bowl is broken off.
stoneware bowl sherd 3 Friends motif Manufacture tech - thrown Origin Culture - China Use Culture - Chinese
porcelain bowl sherd cleadon glaze Manufacture Tech - thrown Origin Culture - China Use Culture - Chinese Owner's mark engraved
semi-porcelain white glazed teapot sherd Manufacture type - thrown Origin Culture - China Use Culture - Chinese
Large food container rim sherd
Brass opium tin
Egg - plaster of paris probably with a shiny coating. Used to put under laying hen to encourage her to lay eggs, also to discourage her from breaking eggs.
Chinese gambling money used in Fan Tan and game of 1, 2, 3, 4. Not a coin
Chinese spoon small Hand painted flowers Circa 1900
Dark brown clay pottery pot. Very common around the Chinese home circa 1890 - 1900
Aqua glass medicine bottle (small)
Old Chinese vase possible Ching dynasty. Appraised @ $200.00