Sue ware flat bottle Kofun/250-581CE

Sue ware flat bottle (Kofun period) (Kofun period, 3rd to 7th century).
A flat bottle is an indispensable serving container for a banquet. It has a slightly flattened body with a mouth and neck that is flattened on one side, and has a shape suitable for pouring liquids such as sake. It first appeared in the late Kofun period, around the 7th century, and continued until the Nara and Heian periods. This piece has a rounded body from the early 7th century, and the browning is reminiscent of Haji ware. The torso is vertically spliced. How about a flower arrangement?

Comes with dropper for flowers.

w15 x d15 x h15cm
Antique Japanese Ceramics | 3rd-12th Century

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