This is a 12th-13th century Nanban long jar with two ears.
A long vase with a sharp double mouth and two ears. The twelfth and thirteenth centuries are Japan's Kamakura period, and I feel that Nanban-te of this period has a sharpness in common with medieval Japanese pottery. There was originally a wooden box as a legacy item, but unfortunately it was destroyed by the previous owner because it was eaten by insects and could not keep its original shape. Comes with a custom made cover. In addition, we have attached a bamboo tube dropper, so please enjoy it as a flower vase.