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Object Number:84-21-14
Current Location: China & Japan Gallery
Currently On Display
Culture:Japanese
Jomon
Provenience: Japan
Chubu Region
Nagano Prefecture
Period: Middle Jomon
Date Made: Middle Jomon
Early Date: -2500
Late Date: -1500
Section:Asian
Materials:Clay
Technique:Fired
Height: 27.94 cm
Credit Line:Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bull, 1984

Description

Dark gray-brown pottery vase with flaring top. There is a sinuous decoration in high and low relief on an incised background. The rope pattern on this jar is typical of the Middle Jomon Period. The pot is in the Kassaka-style (勝坂式) from the Chubu Region, possibly northern Nagano.

Current & Past Exhibitions:

Chinese ceramics (Rotunda Case Exhibit) ( Sep 1987) View Objects in Exhibition

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