Pedestal of Stemmed BowlArtist(s)ChineseArtist NationalityChinese (culture or style)Object Creation Datecirca 3100-2000 BCEMedium & Supportearthenware with burnished slipDimensions
4 1/16 in x 5 1/2 in x 5 1/4 in (10.4 cm x 14 cm x 13.3 cm);15 3/4 in (40 cm);12 5/8 in (32 cm);7 7/8 in (20 cm)Credit LineMuseum PurchaseSubject matter
This Dou 豆,
tall stemmed black earthenware wheel-thrown pedestal bowl vessel of the Liangzhu Neolithic Culture (3100-2200 BCE) is very similar to ceramics from the Shandong Longshan Culture (3000-1900 BCE).Physical Description
This gray earthenware with white burnished slip stemmed pedestal vessel has a bowstring pattern and circular piercings around the body. It has a wide flaring rim on a flaring base, and losses to the rim and footring. Primary Object Classification Ceramic Primary Object Typepedestal bowlCollection AreaAsianRights
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