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Ban Chiang Painted Pottery Jar, C.1000 - 500 BC.

Pegasus Gallery Antiquities

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An elegant Ban Chiang footed pottery jar of globular form with concentric circles in red paint.

Ancient Ban Chiang (Northern Thailand) Neolithic Period 1000-500 B.C. footed pottery jar of globular form with flared rim and painted linear scrolling motifs. Great example of the red painted pottery techniques used by early villagers of that period. 

The archaeological site of Ban Chiang is important evidence of a prehistoric population that settled in Southeast Asia. Many objects come from the ancient civilization of Ban Chiang, which occupied north-eastern Thailand around 1000 b.C. Artifacts, including ornaments of bronze and iron, as well as pottery with sophisticated and unique designs, attests to the advanced culture of this prehistoric settlement.

Ban Chiang, Northern Thailand, C. 1000 - 500 BC.

Condition: Overall very good condition with age appropriate wear. 

Size: 19.5 cms H x 16 cms W.

Provenance: Ex. Buckinghamshire Collection, Acquired legally in 2014.

 



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