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Chinese Neolithic Qijia Pottery Jar

China, Neolithic Period, Qijia culture, ca. 2000 to 1600 BCE. An aesthetically pleasing, simple pottery form from a Chinese tomb: a diamond-shaped bulbous body with a wide flaring rim almost as tall as the body itself, and a single strap handle on one side of the body. The body has been painted lightly with a beige slip over a coarse fired clay surface. Surface Size: 3.25" W x 4.7" H (8.3 cm x 11.9 cm)

Condition: Intact, with much remaining pigment. Light deposits, especially in the spout.

Provenance: private Ventura County, California, USA collection

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