The brown glazed jar with flared mouth, long neck, encircled lines on the shoulder, lower body and foot. This kind of vase was mainly used in Khmer people's daily life in the ancient time, as can be seen on the stone sculpture on the wall of Bayon and Angkor Wat Prasart or Temple.
Age: Khmer, Angkor Wat to Bayon Period, circa 12th-13th century
Measurement: Height 27.5 C.M. / Diameter 19.2 C.M.
Condition: Nice glaze and burial condition overall (some glaze chips, wearings, and repairs on mouthrim). Please refer to the enlargement photos for more details.
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