Han Dynasty large jar, stoneware, with green glaze.
18th Century Imari Jar, porcelain, with Japanese female figures and scenery, multi-colored, with cover
Ming Dynasty, porcelain, blue and white jar, no cover, Said to be part of the San Diego Galleon that sank into the sea.
Late Metal Age, Philippine pottery, earthenware, ceremonial cup with cut out design, base and stem
Late metal age, Philippine pottery, earthenware, drinking cup, with small base and wide body, ridge design
Late Metal Age, Philippine pottery, earthenware, Anthropomorphic jar, two-eared, with women’s breasts design. It has two holes at the bottom which may indicate that is was carried by the owner when he boarded boats. The holes were used to secure the vessel with a string.