Its design, the wonderfully preserved pattern, shows the mythical qilin and phoenix cavorting between lotus scrolls.Qilin is a horse or unicorn-like creature of Chinese mythology which was considered a noble portent of good government.Recovered from Balingasay Archaeological Site in Bolinao, Pangasinan were teeth with gold ornaments in 67 skulls associated with tradeware ceramics attributed to Early Ming Dynasty (15th century AD).
This is a unique specimen associated with Swatow Wares.This type of Lingling-O is the double-headed pendant found in Duyong Cave.The latter has a right extremity that forms to what appears like an arm with five digits. The outer surface of the body whorl near the figure has an angular shoulder.This shell scoop, recovered in Cagraray Island, Albay is not bilaterally symmetrical.This jarlet is unique and is the earliest pot recovered in the Philippines.
The 14th Century Blue-and-White Porcelain Bowl is one of its kind.
is defined as a cultural property that is a unique object found locally, possessing outstanding historical, cultural, artistic and/or scientific value which is significant and important to the country and nation.
The following archaeological objects have qualified to be declared National Cultural Treasures because of their outstanding value to the history and identity of Filipinos: The Manunggul Jar is a unique Neolithic secondary-burial jar with incised running scrolls / curvilinear designs and impressed decorations; and painted with hematite.
This is a rare representation of an elephant in early historic art.
Recovered in Puerto Galera, Mindoro, this Blue-and White jar has ears, cloud collars at the shoulder, human figures and floral designs around the body, and a lotus lappet on the upper foot rim.
This is unique and the only intact anthropomorphic burial jar with two arms, nipples, navel and male sex organ on the body that is found in an archaeological context.