Jomon pottery Deep bowl-shaped pottery a Jomon period/10000-300BCE

A deep bowl-shaped pottery from the Jomon period, with a flat bottom and a wide open mouth. There is a single-section Jomon pattern on the upper part of the body, which is made by making a rope and rotating it on the surface of the pottery, and the lower part is surrounded by vertical ridges. It's like an abstract painting released in three dimensions. Although it has been re-joined as a whole, it is a complete and powerful work.
w32 x d33 x h39 cm
Jomon period/10000-300BCE
Ceramics_Japan | Beginning | Before the 3rd century

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