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Jar, chinese ginger

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0003dup2
  • Item

Shouldered food jar; squat body with a high shoulder leading to a short neck and wide orifice; outwardly curved rim; brown; brown paper covering over orifice and extending down body; concave base. PH1 2006, PH2 2007

Scale, balance

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0009.A-B
  • Item

A. Case for Scales. Wooden and shaped like a paddle. Overall length 14". B. A Chinese balance scale. The artifact initially consists of a solid tubular shaped component made from bone. It is 30.6 cm. in length, and it has a diameter of 0.5 cm. A total of three sets of black longitudinal and transverse markings have been incised into the artifact. Near one end of the bone component there has been suspended an oval shaped brass weight. This has a height of 2.8 cm., a width of 2.4 cm., and a thickness of 0.3 cm. The weight has been suspended from the bone component by means of a segment of black thread. At the opposing end of the item there has been attached one end of a segment of black thread. This in turn becomes a total of four sections of black thread, and the ends of these are attached to a circular disk shaped brass component. Two other segments of black thread have been attached to the bone component, and their respective lower ends appear to be tied to small pieces of wood. Finally, a modern length of string has been tied to the centre of the bone component, and this has a silver coloured metal eye at its end. Ph1 2006 ; Artifact damaged Jan. 2008. B- Bone segment has been broken into 4 pieces. One pan is missing. The remaining pan is still attached to a bone fragment with 2 strands of thread. The other 2 strands of thread are broken. The weight still has thread through it, but it is no long attached to the bone segment.

Spoon, soup

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0014a
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A Chinese soup spoon. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain, hand shaped, with an all over green toned under glaze. Multi-coloured enamel brushwork applied over the glaze decorates the interior of the hand and spoon. The brushwork depicts the "Four Seasons" pattern. A flat area on the undersurface of the spoon allows the piece to sit on a flat surface with the handle pointed upwards. There are no potter's marks.

Spoon, soup

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0014b
  • Item

A glazed ceramic Chinese Won Ton soup spoon. The entire artifact has been covered with a very light bluish green glaze. The upper surface has been decorated with purple and green floral designs.

Spoon, soup

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0014c
  • Item

A glazed ceramic Chinese Won Ton soup spoon. The entire artifact has been covered with a very light bluish green glaze. the upper surface has been decorated with purple and green floral designs.

Bowl

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0018.A
  • Item

A Chinese bowl probably used for rice. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain with an all over white under glaze. hand brushwork applied over the glaze decorates the exterior sides of the bowl. The brushwork consists of multi-coloured enamels depicting dragon on one side and a stylized bird on the other side. The two (2) renditions are separated and bordered by gold which surrounds the base ring and outer rim as well. Although Chinese in appearance, it is not typical of any style, and it was probably made for export. A potter's mark in red does appear on the underside of the piece. Ph1 2006 Ph2 2007

Plate

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0019.A
  • Item

A large Chinese plate, possible a type o f serving plate. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain with an all over grey tone under glaze. Multi-coloured enamel brush work is applied over the glaze, and decorates the face of the plate. The brushwork depicts the "Four Seasons" pattern. A potter's mark appears on the underside of the plate in red brush, but is difficult to decipher due to blotching. Ph1 2006, PH2 2007

Plate

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0019.B
  • Item

A Chinese plate. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain, hand turned, with an all over green tone under glaze. Multi- coloured enamel brushwork applied over the glaze decorates the face of the plate . The brushwork depicts the "Four Seasons" pattern. A potter's mark appears on the undersurface of the plate in red brush, but has all but disappeared. Three "touch" marks also appear on the underside. Ph1 2006, PH2 2007

Plate

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0019.C
  • Item

A Chinese plate. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain, hand turned, with an all over green tone under glaze. Multi-c coloured enamel brushwork applied over t he glaze decorates the face of the plate . The brushwork depicts the "Four Seasons" pattern. A potter's mark appears on the undersurface of the plate in red brush. The mark looks to be the "Endless Knot" symbol of longevity. Three "touch" marks also appear on the underside. Ph1 2006, PH2 2007

Ornament

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0106
  • Item

Segment of bone. Marrow missing. Side area painted with multi-coloured abstract designs covered by a layer of varnish.

Pump, fire

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0265
  • Item

A Chinese fire pump used by the Chinese auxiliary fire brigade of the Williams Creek Fire Brigade. Brass tube with bamboo covering looks like a large telescope.

Bowl, Chinese

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0268
  • Item

An earthenware Chinese bowl presumed to be used for grinding. There are criss-crossing designs on the inside of the bowl.

Tray, ceremonial

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0277.A-B
  • Item

Octagonal painted and lacquered Chinese tray. Base painted black. Lid has gold coloured "metal flake" background with bird and plants painted on it. Black abstract designs on side.

Photograph

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0006.0350
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Sepia tone. Portrait, sitting on chair. Inscription on reverse: "Molly Nason, sister of Oliver Nason". Photograph of Mary Agnes "Molly" Nason, sitting and leaning on a chair. Photograph is mounted on a 1mm white cardboard, 11.1cm X 16.7cm. Bottom of cardboard read, "Skene Lowe, 63 GOVERNMENT ST. VICTORIA B.C." Dimensions: L 9.5 x W 13.8 cm.

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Chopper, food

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0008.0016.A
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Wooden handled steel blade food chopper originally attached to a base by a bolt and plate mechanism at one end. Hinged blade has opposing end inserted into an unpainted circular wooden handle.

Chopper, food

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0008.0016.B
  • Item

Small food chopper originally attached to a hinge. Curved steel blade, circular unpainted wooden handle.

Bowl

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0008.0069.A
  • Item

A Chinese bowl, probably used for rice. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain, hand turned, with a green tone underglaze on the exterior and a grey green tone underglaze on the interior. This piece could be referred to as "Celadon" ware. A potter's mark appear on the underside of the bowl in blue brush. The mark would to be a typical "shop mark" which are often difficult to transcribe. An etched mark is visible in the mid- bottom of the bowl, and it is likely an ownership or felicitation symbol. PH1 2006, PH2 2007

Bowl

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0008.0069.B
  • Item

A Chinese bowl, probably used for rice. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain, hand turned, with an all over grey green tone underglaze. This piece may be referred to as "Celadon" ware. A potter's mark appears on the underside of the bowl in blue brush. The mark looks t o be a typical "shop mark" which are not always easily transcribable. Another etched mark is located inside the bowl at the bottom . The mark is somewhat difficult to decipher, but it is most likely an ownership of felicitation symbol. Or felicitation symbol. PH1 2006, PH2 2007

Bowl, rice

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0008.0069.C
  • Item

A Chinese bowl, probably used for rice. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain, hand turned, with a blue green tone underglaze applied to the exterior and a green grey tone underglaze applied to the interior. This piece may be referred to as "Celadon" ware. A potter's mark appears on the underside of the bowl in blue brush. The mark looks to be typical of a "shop mark" which are often difficult to transcribe. An etched mark appears inside of the bowl at the bottom, and it looks to be a variation of the symbol for "Public".

Cup, Chinese

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0008.0070.A
  • Item

Chinese wine cup. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain, hand shaped with an all over green tone underglaze. The piece may be referred to as "Celadon ware".. There is no potter's mark. \however an etched symbol appears inside the cup at the bottom. The mark looks to be the symbol for public. However, as there are no qualifiers one might translate it as just public. This would indicate it`s use to have been in a place which served the general public as opposed to personal or home use. PH1 2006, PH2 2007

Cup, Chinese

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0008.0070.B
  • Item

Chinese wine cup. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain, hand shaped with an all over green tone underglaze. The piece may be referred to as "Celadon ware".. There is no potter's mark. \however an etched symbol appears inside the cup at the bottom. The mark looks to be the symbol for public. However, as there are no qualifiers one might translate it as just public. This would indicate it`s use to have been in a place which served the general public as opposed to personal or home use. PH1 2006, PH2 2007

Cup, Chinese

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0008.0070.D
  • Item

Chinese wine cup. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain, hand shaped with an all over green tone underglaze. This piece may be referred to as Celadonware. A potters mark appears on the underside of the cup in blue brush. The mark could be the symbolRYUHmeaningsunorday`. An etched symbol appears in the bottom of the cup and most likely refers to ownership of is a symbol of felicitation. PH1 2006, PH2 2007

Cup, Chinese

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0008.0070.E
  • Item

Chinese wine cup. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain, hand shaped with an all over green tone underglaze. The exterior sides and interior bottom of the cup is decorated with multi-colored enamel brushwork applied over the glaze. The brushwork depict the `Four Season' pattern. There is no potter's mark. However an etched symbol appears inside the cup at the bottom. The mark looks to be the symbol for 'public'. As there are no further classifiers one might translate it as 'just public'. This would indicate it's use to have been in a place which served the general public as opposed to personal or home use.

Spoon, soup

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0008.0070.G
  • Item

A Chinese soup spoon. The object is a g lazed piece of porcelain, hand shaped, with an all over green toned underglaze. Multi-coloured enamel brushwork appled over the glaze decorates the nterior of the handle and spoon. The brushwork dep icts the "Four Seasons" pattern. A flat area on the undersurfact of the spoon allows the piece to sit on a flat surfa ce with the hanbdke pointed upwards. Th ere are no potter's marks.

Spoon, soup

  • CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0008.0070.H
  • Item

A Chinese soup spoon. The object is a gl azed piece of porcelain, hand shaped, wi th an all over green toned underglaze. Multi-coloured enamel brushwork applied over the glaze decorates the interior of the spoon and handle. The brushwork depicts the "Four seasons" pattern. A flat area on the underside of the item allows the entire piece to sit on a flat surface with the handle pointed upwards. There are no potter's marks. PH1 2006, PH2 2007

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