A large Hsun-ok offering vessel. Unique to Burma, such vessels were used to present offerings of food at Buddhist monasteries. Often made of wood and bamboo, the vessels consisted of aÂ curved bowl set on a waisted pedestal flaring out to a circular foot-ring. The lid tapers to an elegant spire. The vessel was first lacquered in black, with a red cinnabar lacquer applied over top.
- Origin | Myanmar (Burma)
- Dimensions | 13.5"W x 13.5"D x 27"H
- Age | C.1910
- Material | Teak
- ID | 21T01008
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