Ban Chaing Neolithic Pottery Vessle

The ovoid bowl with flared neck and decorated in iron red with parallel scrolls, on wrought-iron tripod stand. Ban Chiang is an archeological site in Nong Han District, Udon Thani Province, Thailand. It has been on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1992. Discovered in 1966, the site attracted enormous publicity due to its attractive red painted pottery. Provenance: I.M. Chait, Los Angeles, CA, August 21, 1988, lot 228; Property from a private Northern New Jersey collector. 15 1/4 in., 15 in. diam., 20 1/2 in. on stand.

Period
2100 BC - 1000 BC
Origin
Thailand
Dimensions
20.5" h x 15" diam
52.07 cm h x 38.1 cm diam
Item #
NA0463
Pricing

$6,500