Sufukuji-type Sue Pottery BottleSOLD OUT
A Sue pottery small neck-lacking bottle fired in the Heian period. At Sufukuji Temple, which was built to protect Otsukyo during the Asuka period (538-710), was abandoned in the latter half of the Kamakura period, such small long-necked jars with an egg-shaped body were used for rituals.
In this piece, which seems to be found in the stream bed, fibrous marks appear on the surface, a circular shaving is in the centre of the body, and black stains are bleeding around it. It looks like the appearance of a Dhutanga monk standing in a gale, wearing a Kasaya.
Comes with a glass cylinder.
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