A large and rare terracotta vessel from the Mon people of the Irawady River delta, Burma. These huge vessels were fired in stacked groupings. Where the jars dierctly touched one another, the grey terra cotta turned black due to lack of oxygen. The vessels were used to store honey that was then traded with others along the river. The piece is probably 80-100 years old and was brought to the U.S. in 1998. It is 36" tall, with stand.
- Origin | Burma
- Dimensions | 28"Dia x 28"H
- Age | C. 1990
- Material | Terracotta
- ID | EP021
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