From: Japan | Honshu | Chiba Prefecture | Hirayama Village

Curatorial Section: Asian

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Object Number 13064
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Jomon | Neolithic | Japanese
Provenience Japan | Honshu | Chiba Prefecture | Hirayama Village
Period Jomon
Date Made Middle Jomon -Late Jomon
Section Asian
Materials Clay
Technique Incised | Burnished | Fired
Inscription Language Japanese Language

Foot of pedestal vessel. Thickly potted. Circular foot attached to rounded bottom of vessel. Foot is smooth and burnished with red pigment and exterior sides of vessel are incised with short lines. Red pigment on interior bottom of vessel. Dark in color. This fragment of a footed vessel is probably not earlier than the Middle Jomon Period as fewer footed types appear before that time.

Height 6.5 cm
Width 8.8 cm
Thickness 0.7 cm
Credit Line Exchange with the Japanese Commissioner, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
Other Number 47 - Other Number

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