A growing album of ceramic elephants sourced for research. This section Khmer pots

Slideshow plate list in order of appearance 


Plate 1.1 Jar in the form of a caparisoned elephant with howdah. [Source- Brown, R.M. (2009) South East Asian Ceramics Museum]


Plate 1.2 Greenish white-glazed jar in the form of an elephant. Width 13 cm Height 38 cm [Source- Brown, R.M. (2009) South East Asian Ceramics Museum.]


Plate 1.3 Jar with elephant head and lid, brown glaze. Cambodia, 11th - 13th C, H- 10 cm, L 31.2 cm, W 30.6 cm. NUS Museum S2003-0001-033-0. [Source- Miksic, J.N. (ed.) Southeast Asian Ceramics - New Light on Old Pottery]


Plate 1.4 Lime pot, earthenware in the form of an elephant. Thin brown glaze. Height 13 cm.  [Source- South-East Asian Ceramics- Thai, Vietnamese, and Khmer - From the Collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia]


Plate 1.5 Lime pot with globular body set on short unglazed feet, in the form of an elephant. Brown glaze Height 10.5 cm. [Source- South-East Asian Ceramics- Thai, Vietnamese, and Khmer - From the Collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia]


Plate 1.6 Elephant, Stoneware, glazed, Cambodia. Post-Angkor period (13th century) L- 28 cm; H- 26.5 cm; D- 20 cm. [Source- Rooney, D. Khmer Ceramics- Beauty and Meaning.]


Plate 1.7 National Centre for Khmer Ceramic Revival (NCKCR). Scented oil burner in the shape of an elephant. Slip cast ceramic with glaze. Specific dimensions unknown.


Plate 1.8 Khmer Pottery Centre, Large Elephant Vase. Glazed ceramic, H. 31cm x W. 28 cm.  [Source- www.angkorpotterycenter.com]