Sue Ware Flat Bottle, Nara Period (710-794CE)

A flat bottle has a slightly flattened body and a flattened mouth and neck on one side, and has a shape suitable for pouring liquids. It originated in the first half of the 7th century and continued until the Nara and Heian periods. This item has a rounded body and was originally an early style with a handle. There are holes on the surface of the vessel, which are thought to have been made during firing. How about using it as a flower vase? It has a rustic appearance that invites wild flowers.
w17 x d18 x h11 cm
Nara period/710-794CE

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Ceramics_Japan | Ancient | 3rd-12th centuries

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