Sue ware long-necked jar Asuka/592-710CE


Among Sue ware, the long-necked jar is a relatively new vessel that appeared around the 7th century. The vase that spreads out in the shape of a square has a small torso with a tense body with a long neck. The beautiful natural glaze that remains on the surface of the vessel and the hard blackened Sue ware present a beautiful contrast. . It is in very good condition and is an heirloom. With wooden box.

w15 x d15 x h23.5cm

1 piece in stock.

Antique Japanese Ceramics | 3rd-12th Century

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