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Ban Chiang Terracotta Pedestal Dish

Southeast Asia, Thailand, Ban Chiang, ca. 300 BCE. A sizable bichrome pottery vessel with a wide base, thick pedestal neck, bulbous bowl with a deep interior cavity, and a large flared rim. The surface is covered in a tantalizing decorative program of orange-red linear, triangular, and dot-shaped designs over a cream-hued base. Size: 9.25" H (23.5 cm).

Condition: Repaired from several pieces with losses around foot and rim. Surface wear commensurate with age, fading and losses to painted details, with heavy earthen and mineral deposits throughout. An old collection sticker with "14C" on rim.

Provenance: private Rochester, Michigan, USA collection

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