Rim Sherd


From: Japan | Honshu | Chiba Prefecture | Hirayama Village

Curatorial Section: Asian

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Object Number 13048
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Jomon | Japanese
Provenience Japan | Honshu | Chiba Prefecture | Hirayama Village
Period Jomon
Date Made Jomon
Section Asian
Materials Clay
Technique Burnished (uncertain) | Cord Marked | Incised | Fired
Inscription Language Japanese Language

Rim sherd (口縁). Rim curling outward with slashed lines at top and bottom of rim band. Smooth and cord marked patterns separated by incised lines and ornamented with impressed applied clay knobs. Orange to dark colored surface. Jomon Angyo-style (安行式). Dark colored clay.

Height 12.6 cm
Width 10.9 cm
Thickness 1 cm
Credit Line Exchange with the Japanese Commissioner, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
Other Number 31 - Other Number | A36 - Other Number

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