jar with three incised lines around widest part; high neck, slightly flaring mouth with incised lines around outside; remnants of tan ash glaze

Jar, 3rd-7th century

Unknown artist, expand_more

Sue ware such as this jar was shaped on a wheel and fired in kilns reaching above 1800°F. Because they are easily damaged by heat, Sue-ware vessels were primarily intended for storage or decoration rather than cooking.

Exhibitions
Details
Title
Jar
Role
Artist
Accession Number
2015.79.275
Catalogue Raisonne
Murase, Art through a Lifetime, no. 580
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jar with three incised lines around widest part; high neck, slightly flaring mouth with incised lines around outside; remnants of tan ash glaze