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The design of this earthenware cooking pot is inspired by similar, most costly examples in bronze (such as no. F 8493). The bronze shape was copied by potters to increase their attractiveness through association with valuable bronze pots. Such hooked handles made of pottery are, however, too weak to support the weight of a full pot, in this case 2.6 litres. Since a round ear was better, the angular shape soon disappeared.

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Title cooking pot
Material and technique Earthenware
Object type
Cooking pot > Cauldron > Cooking utensils > Kitchen and household > Utensil
Cooking pot > Cauldron > Cooking utensils > Kitchen and household > Utensil
Location This object is in storage
Dimensions Height 21,1 cm
Width 21,7 cm
Depth 18,4 cm
Artists Potter: Anoniem
Accession number F 3119 (KN&V)
Credits Gift Coll. Van Beuningen-de Vriese, 1990
Department Applied Arts & Design
Acquisition date 1991
Creation date in 1450-1550
Collector Collector / Van Beuningen-de Vriese
Internal exhibitions Futuro, utopie in constructie (2011)
Research Show research Alma
Geographical origin The Netherlands > Western Europe > Europe

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