Small vial from the 9th - 10th century, Khmer Empire, Angkor period, Cambodia.
Made of sandstone and finished with a beige/green glaze, this small vials was used to contain oils or perfume.
Narrow neck with an edge composed of 4 levels.
A deeply carved ring around the outer shoulder marks the upper and lower parts of the bottle.
The body is chiselled with a series of vertical lines regularly spaced up to half the body ending with a horizontal line drawn on the full circumference of the object.
The green/beige glaze is homogeneous and covers the entire piece revealing some imperfections.
From the kilns near Angkor.
11 cm x 11 cm x 11 cm.
In good overall condition, with a few missing pieces, cracks, breaks.
1962 - 1987: Private Belgian collection.
1987 - 2005: Private Portuguese collection.
From 2005 to the present day: Kanaka collection.
Shipped from Belgium.
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- Samlet antal artikler
- Kugleformede krukke
- 9. / 10. århundrede - Kulen - Khmer
- Region/ Oprindelsesland
- God stand, se beskrivelse
- 11×11×11 cm