Sawankhalok Jar with Two Handles 12th-16th centuries

After the 14th century, the pottery fired at Suwankhalok, an old kiln in Thailand, was shipped to Japan from the Momoyama period to the early Edo period. It is said to have been highly prized. Sunkorok produced a large number of works that copied the celadon and blue and white porcelain of the Longquan kilns of the Song and Yuan dynasties in China. This product is a small jar with a wide mouth and two small ears. Would you like to have a flower vase?

w11 x d11 x h9 cm
Antique Southeast Ceramics | 12th-16th Century

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