Small Thai 13th - 15th Century Stoneware Jar
This small 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 finely-cracked brown glaze, the colour of which varies according to its thickness. The lower body and base remain unglazed. There are decorative bands surrounding the upper body and at the shoulder are two small loop handles.
This is an unusually small example of its type with a height of just 7.5 cm. The neck, mouth and loop handles have been restored, and there is an old chip to the base edge.
This jar, 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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