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This would be a fabulous gravy boat for the hollidays! LINDA GUNN RUSSELL Terra Cotta Pitcher

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Deb Schwartzkopf Teapot at MudFire Gallery

Ibex-Shaped Vessel The ribbed horn of an ibex (a type of wild goat) forms the handle of this vessel. Made for ritual use, liquid, perhaps oil, could be poured into the tail and out of the animal's mouth. Iranian (Artist) ca. 1000 BC ceramic (Ceramics)

Vntg 6 5" Acoma NM Navajo Pouring Vessel Pitcher Signed Nan White Clay | eBay

China, Wan Li period (1573–1620), Mounts England, c. 1600 Kendi pouring vessel adapted as a ewer with English silver mounts

Figure 8. A ceramic vessel in the shape of a deer, Northern Iran, 1200-900 B.C.E., Tehran, National Museum, inv. No. 2441 (after 7000 Jahre persische Kunst, ed. W. Seipel, Vienna, 2000, ill. 95).

Elephant-Shaped Kendi Drinking Vessel Period: Ming dynasty (1368–1644) Date: late 16th century Culture: China Medium: Porcelain painted in underglaze blue Dimensions: H. to top of spout 7 in. (17.8 cm); L. 6 1/2 in. (16.5 cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Purchase, Seymour Fund, funds from various donors and Stanley Herzman Gift, 2003 Accession Number: 2003.232