Thai 13th - 15th Century Small Stoneware Bottle
This small attractively-shaped jar, or bottle was made during the 13th - 15th centuries and is a product of the Sawankhalok kilns. Its upper body is coated in a dark brown glaze; the lower body and base remain unglazed. There are two small loop handles on opposing sides of the shoulder. Sawankhalok bottles of this form are found in a variety of sizes.
Height 7 cm. There are surface chips to the upper neck and the top of one handle, but overall condition is good with no repair or restoration. This bottle has been excavated from a land site and on the surface are the faint calcified traces of ancient plant/root growths.
This bottle, together with some other South-East Asian & Chinese ceramics we are offering for sale, has come from a local collection, established over the last twenty years or so.
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