Antique Sukhothai Mother and Child statue. The Ancient Kingdom of Sukhothai, long known for it's kilns, that for 300 years turned incredibly beautiful stoneware pottery, that was exported and used in the city. This figure was a common toy for little girls in the old kingdom. When unearthed, the mother's head was not found. Circa: 1400 to 1700 AD. Size: 3 1/4" tall, 3" wide, 2" deep. Shipping via registered air mail is only $12.00
Sukhothai iron under glazed bowl with fish design. This was produced in the ancient city of Sukhothai or Sri Satchanalai in the northern part of what is now Thailand. This outstanding example of Sukhothai or Sangkhalok ware is in excellent condition, considering the age. There is only one very small chip on the rim. Please see enlargements. Circa: 13th to 15th century. Size: 10 1/2" diameter, 3" tall.
Antique terracotta bottle from Burma. This delicate small fired clay vessel was unearthed in Burma recently. The use is unknown, but it is guessed to have been housing for a fine oil or other costly liquid. Circa 1600 - 1800. Size: 2 1/2" x 3".
Ancient ceramic vial from Burma (Myanmar). This beautiful little terracotta clay vase features the remains of two ornamental handles and lip, the some of which was worn away with time and ware. Lovely example for any collection. Circa 1600 - 1800. Size: 2 1/2" x 3".
Antique terracotta bottle from Burma. This small fired clay vessel was unearthed in Burma recently. The use is unknown, but it is guessed to have been housing for a fine oil or other liquid. Circa 1600 - 1800. Size: 3" diam, 2 1/2" tall.