Two Khmer 11th - 12th Century Stoneware Jarlets
This two small jars, or jarlets, were made during the 11th - 12th centuries. The upper bodies are coated in a dark speckled brown glaze, the lower bodies remaining unglazed and has fired to a pale reddish-brown. The height of each is approximately 5.5 cm. Each has faults: the jarlet of teardrop form has had a coat of varnish applied over the glaze, presumably to make it appear more glossy (of course this could presumably be removed). The loop-handled jarlet has a large filled hole in its body as well as a sizeable kiln scar; the two small loop handles have mostly lost their glaze and it is possible, although not certain, that they have been re-stuck.
These jarlets, together with some other South-East Asian & Chinese ceramics we are offering for sale, have come from a local collection, established over the last twenty years or so.
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