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Rare Kurvin/ Iranian Terracotta Beak-Spouted Jar

Iran, ca. 2nd millennium BCE. Very fine and rare pottery long-spouted jar. Terracotta in the form of a deep rounded bowl with rounded handle and the always desirable bird-beak spout. The sides are decorated with incised vertical bands, poke marks and hash-marks along the rim. Size: 9.4" L (23.9 cm)

Condition: Spout almost invisibly reattached as is normal for almost all of these long spouted vessels

Provenance: Ex - California Museum of Ancient Art

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