Siwa culture jar

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China, Gansu Province
Neolithic Period, Siwa Culture, c. 14th to 11th century BC
28 cm

For a similar example see:
Catalogue of the International Exhibition of Chinese Art, Londen 1935, cat. no. 5.
R. Krahl, Chinese Ceramics from the Meiyintang Collection, Londen 1994, cat. no. 1081.

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A large handmade pottery jar, in an attractive light-orange color, with a narrow, circular base. The thin walls extend to a wide and curved shoulder, and develop into a smaller neck and a flared rim with a downward dip. This type of rim is known as a saddle mouth. Between the rim and the shoulder of the pottery jar is a pair of strap handles.

The pottery jar is from the Siwa culture; a Bronze Age culture in the Gansu province. The Siwa culture flourished from the 14th to the 11th century BC. 


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