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Bi-chrome pottery bowl from Indus Valley

Indus Valley - Early Harappan female figurine holding a bowl in her two hands. The face is painted with bold eyes and a necklace with pendant beads is painted at the throat. The lower body is decorated with cross hatched painted design that may indicate the patterns of ancient Indus textiles.

志野茶碗 銘 梅が香 しのちゃわん めい うめがか 陶器/一口 桃山時代・16世紀末期~17世紀初期


RESERVED for M.K.: Graphical Beige and Black Wheel-Thrown Stoneware Bowl / Hundreds of Handmade Marks / Shino Glaze / "APOSTROPHE"

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Storage jar. C. 2700-2000 BC. Mature Harappan period. Chanhudaro. Pakistan. National Museum, New Delhi. The real beginning of Indian pottery is with the Indus Valley Civilization. There is proof of pottery being constructed in two ways, handmade and wheel-made.[2] Harrappan and Mohanjodaro cultures heralded the age of wheel-made pottery, characterized by well-burnt black painted red wares.

・ボウル大 2,100円 11.5~12×h7cm  (飯碗大) ...

Pottery with two figures Pottery with two figures,terracotta, Cupisnique culture,:Peru

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An Indus Valley Pottery Enthroned Mother Goddess Antiquities Oxus Civilization Ca. 2600 - 2500 BC 4 1/4"H