Sukhothai Dynasty Small Jar with Unglazed Arabesque Pattern | Thailand, 15-16C


A small jar fired in the Sawankhalok during the Sukhothai dynasty. It has a flat bottom like an earthenware in a shape close to a sphere, and a fine arabesque pattern is drawn on the side by iron painting. Since it was not glazed, it was not for export, but rather like a ritual vessel or a water jug for kneading betel nut lime for domestic demands.

There are spots where the painting is faded. There are no notable defects other than some flaking on the bottom.

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