Valle del Indo Terracota Tarro con animales pintados

Descripción
Valle del Indo Terracota Tarro con animales pintados
Circa 2600-2000 BC

A finely moulded Indus Valley polychrome jar featuring a horizontal register depicting colourful zoomorphic creatures, possibly birds. There are additional geometric motifs along the body. It has a flat rounded foot, from which its oval-shaped body rises and narrows into a slightly flared rim. A few chips to the rim. This item has been restored and overpainted.

The Indus Valley Civilisation extended from what today is northeast Afghanistan to Pakistan and north-west India. It was one of three early and widespread cradles of civilisation along with Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. At its peak, the Indus Valley Civilisation, which included such sites as Harappa and Mohenjo-daro, may have had a population of over five million, who developed new techniques in pottery, seal carving, and metallurgy.

Measurements: circa 7.6cm height

Provenance: From the David Gold (deceased) collection, 1970’s.

Detalles del lote
Cultura
Valle del Indo
Material
Terracota
Objeto
Tarro con animales pintados
Siglo / marco temporal
Circa 2600-2000 BC
Estado
Restaurado
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