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Roof End Tile Artist/maker unknown, Korean  Geography: Made in Korea, Asia Period: Unified Silla Dynasty (668-935) Date: 7th - 8th century Medium: Earthenware with molded decoration Dimensions: 2 7/8 x 5 5/8 inches (7.3 x 14.3 cm) Curatorial Department: East Asian Art Object Location: * Gallery 237, Asian Art, second floor  Accession Number: 1985-81-7 Credit Line: Gift of Colonel Stephen McCormick, 1985

Roof End Tile Artist/maker unknown, Korean Geography: Made in Korea, Asia Period: Unified Silla Dynasty (668-935) Date: 7th - 8th century Medium: Earthenware with molded decoration Dimensions: 2 7/8 x 5 5/8 inches (7.3 x 14.3 cm) Curatorial Department: East Asian Art Object Location: * Gallery 237, Asian Art, second floor Accession Number: 1985-81-7 Credit Line: Gift of Colonel Stephen McCormick, 1985

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Korean celadon glazed porcelain jar; of oval form with small mouth and two loop handles, reticulated basket weave design to body and interior cylindrical bottle; signed; H: 9 1/2"

of oval form with small mouth and two loop handles, reticulated basket weave design to body and interior cylindrical bottle;

Korean roof tile.

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Korean Demons | Roof tile with a demon face, 8th–9th century A.D. Earthenware with ...

Roof tile with a demon face, century A. Earthenware with impressed decoration. Gift of Colonel John R. Photo: © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.