- Museum number
Drinking cup made of woven split bamboo, and lacquer. The interior is covered in plain red cinnabar lacquer, while the exterior is decorated in a frame pattern, in the yun technique in what is probably a version of gwin-shet, with the frames inhabited by the 8 Days of the Week in red, yellow/green and marroon lacquer. Two panels of inscription appear at the lip of the cup (currently untranslated). On the base is a displaying bird (?peacock).
- Production date
- 20thC (mid)
Diameter: 11 centimetres
Height: 8 centimetres (max (lip is broken))
- Not on display
- The rim is uneven and chipped.
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Bought by Mr. Isaacs from U Myo Nyunt. He is described in Isaacs unpublished as, 'ex-Pagan'.
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: Isaacs 105