A finely moulded Amlash terracotta vessel featuring a cylindrical body rising from a double-ringed base. The vessel has a narrow neck that connects to a wide opening with an everted rim.
The term ‘Amlash Culture’, has generally been used to designate material cultures excavated at Gilan, an archaeological site of ancient Iran, and refers to a group of Iron Age pottery and metal executions with a strong visual character. Most of the Amlash pottery vessels are believed to have been stylistically and typologically inspired by bronze wares of the same period.
Measurements: 7cm width, 15.3cm height
Provenance:Ex London collection, formed pre 1992.
- Century/ Timeframe
- Circa 1st millennium - 8th century BC
- Good Condition, See Photo