ye khwet gyi
Water bowl, ye khwet gyi, made of lacquered bamboo basketry, decorated in the yun (incised) technique in the main register with dancing figures and alternating palm-trees, between animals and discs. Imitation notched work is depicted above and below the main register. The interior is decorated with plain red lacquer.
- 1930-1960 (probably)
- Made in: Burma
- Height: 19.2 centimetres
- Diameter: 24.2 centimetres
The interior is decorated with plain red lacquer which Ralph Isaacs believes to be a recent repair; he also considers the base to be a replacement.
Bought by Ralph Isaacs in Rangoon in October 1991 for Kyats 2200
- Isaacs 116
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Object reference number: RRI14941
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