This vessel is very typical and common for Majiayao culture (a more general category) and, with its light craftsmanship and excellent firing, already evidences mastery of firing methods. Two ribbon-shaped eyelet handles are located at the middle of the vessel. The lower, undecorated half is conic in form; the upper, curved half is painted in a similar way to no. 2, though without fingers or hands. The mouth's short neck is curved.
Dimensions: HEIGHT 26.2 CM
Condition: Very good, age-related condition
Provenance: Collection of Herbert Keuper, Germany