Human Generated Data

Title

Pedestal dish

Date

late 6th early 7th century

People

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Classification

Vessels

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Partial gift of the Walter C. Sedgwick Foundation and partial purchase through the Ernest B. and Helen Pratt Dane Fund for Asian Art, 2006.170.241.1

Human Generated Data

Title

Pedestal dish

Date

late 6th early 7th century

Classification

Vessels

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Partial gift of the Walter C. Sedgwick Foundation and partial purchase through the Ernest B. and Helen Pratt Dane Fund for Asian Art, 2006.170.241.1

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Color Analysis

Categories

Imagga

Captions

Azure OpenAI

Created on 2024-02-08

The image displays a ceramic stand or pedestal bowl with a simple elegance. It has a shallow, wide, bowl-like top with a slightly upturned rim, mounted on a thick cylindrical stem that graduates into a round, flat base, giving it stability. The ceramic has a light greenish glaze with minor crackling detailing, suggesting an aged or possibly antique piece. The item is reminiscent of minimalist design styles, with its clean lines and lack of ornate decoration. The grey background provides a neutral setting that does not distract from the item, emphasizing its form and color. The object could be used for various purposes, such as holding fruits, serving as a decorative piece, or perhaps in traditional ceremonies or rituals.