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East Asia, Korea, Silla Dynasty, ca. 668 to 935 CE. A wheel-thrown pottery vessel with a wide base, a tall body with a tapered shoulder, a narrow neck, and a flared rim. The exterior of the vessel is coated with lustrous black glaze, and the body features a trio of horizontal rings. Size: 6.3" W x 9.3" H (16 cm x 23.6 cm)
Provenance: Estate of William Stockton, Colorado, USA; acquired between July 20, 1966 and January 7, 1974 while Mr. Stockton was stationed in Okinawa, Japan. During this period he traveled primarily to Korea, but also to Japan, Vietnam, and other countries in Southeast Asia.
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Minor abrasions and pitting to body and rim, with light fading to some areas of original glaze, otherwise intact and very good. Nice earthen deposits throughout.