Ancient Neolithic Pottery Jar with Strap Handles. Vessel. Early Majiayao Culture. Eastern Gansu Province. China.
An ancient pottery jar that was hand created during the Manchang Phase of the Majiayao culture which ranged from 3300 to 2000 B.C. Because the culture evolved into using pigment in the pottery, this piece came before that period.
This jar came from the border of the Gansu and Qinghai provinces.
From the Steven Tobin Collection in Bucks County in Pennsylvania U.S.A.
Strap handles and flared body. This vessel is complete with a small fracture on the rim edge. Stand not included.
For the Serious Collector. Investment grade.