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3 Pottery SHARDS from PAGAN, Burma, 9th-13th Century

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3 Pottery SHARDS from PAGAN, Burma, 9th-13th Century
Two large SHARDS from a pot in PAGAN, Burma both appearing to be from the same vessel. They have a 5 banded cross pattern perhaps made with a wooden paddle. They have a gray body with a terracotta finish to both sides. The third piece is the bottom of a "kendi," Dimensions are 6" x 3" and 7.75" x 3" (15.24 x 7.6 cms.) for the two pot shards and 2 3/8" x 1 1/2" (6.1 x 3.8 cms) for the third shard. They were all found outside of the "old city" walls near the Dhamma-Yazika. Circa: 9th-13th Century. These would go well with original watercolor paintings of Pagan which are also available from Shibui Art.

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