16th CENTURY SMALL BROWN JAR

$235.00

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Item Code: 1005-13

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Early hand-thrown brown pottery jar features one handle and glazed finish. Shows a very nicely formed base and variegated coloring. Indention on side is typical of these early pieces as a result of the firing in the kiln.

Jar measures 5 ½” tall by 3 ¾” in diameter at the base.  [sl]

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