- Historical period(s)
- Silla kingdom, Three Kingdoms period, late 5th-mid 6th century
- Unglazed stoneware
- H x Diam: 47.1 x 38.4 cm (18 9/16 x 15 1/8 in)
- Korea, Gyeongsang-do province
- Credit Line
- Purchase — Charles Lang Freer Endowment
- Freer Gallery of Art
- Accession Number
- Many jars made of gray unglazed stoneware, of which this is an exceptionally large example, have been excavated from tombs in the vicinity of Kyongju, capital of the Silla kingdom. The jars held food offerings for the deceased. Incised and impressed decoration on this jar closely resembles chased decor on gold crowns found in some tombs.
From early 1960s to 1985
Rear Adm. George Washington Pressey (died 1966) and Elizabeth Lee Berger (1913-2002), Washington, D.C. 
Freer Gallery of Art, purchased from Elizabeth Lee Berger, January 3, 1985 
 According to information in the object's record, the vessel was acquired in Korea by Mrs. Berger and her first husband, Rear Adm. George Washington Pressey (died 1966), when they were posted there in the early 1960s.
 See Invoice, issued by Mrs. Elizabeth L. Berger (Mrs. Samuel D. Berger), signed and dated 3 January 1985, copy in object file.
- Former owner
- Mrs. Elizabeth Lee Berger (1913 - 2002)
- On View Location
- Currently not on view
- Korea, stoneware, Three Kingdoms period (1st century BCE - 7th century CE), unglazed, WWII-era provenance
- Collection(s) Area
- Korean Art
- Rights Statement
- Copyright with museum