Ko-Seto Ash Glaze Binaural Buddha Vase Kamakura/1185-1333CE

Powerless appearance. Withered ash glaze, it is a Buddhist vase that makes you feel the genealogy of mysterious Sue ware.

Buddha vases, which consist of a long neck with an open rim, a round body, and a pedestal, were the most commonly produced throughout the Furuseto period, along with four-eared jars and vases. This item has two ears on the mouth and neck, but they are not free rings, and the body is not rounded, but gradually bulges from the top to the bottom. It is a copy of the shape of a Buddha vase in the Song dynasty.

Since it was an excavated item, there is solidified soil inside the bottle, but it is left as it is in consideration of its value as a material.

w7 x d7 x h9.8cm
Antique Japanese Ceramics | 12th-16th Century

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