Fine Thai 13th - 15th Century Incised Sawankhalok Celadon Bowl
This heavily-potted stoneware bowl was made at the Sawankhalok kilns during the 13th - 15th Century. The inner surface is decorated with an incised flower pattern in its centre surrounded by incised rings, with similar rings surrounding the inner and outer mouth. The outer wall is decorated with carved parallel lines. The bowl is coated in a transparent and crackled pale green glaze that has a blueish tint to it. The colour of the glaze varies slightly, according to its thickness. On the outer wall the glaze stops short of the foot where the unglazed body has fired to a reddish-brown. In the centre of the recessed base can be seen the mark form the pontil on which this bowl stood in the kiln during firing. Interestingly, this bowl was excavated in Cambodia.
Diameter 13.75 cm. This bowl is in fine condition with no restoration or repair.
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