Vase

c. 3000–2500 BCE
Location: not on view
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Description

This Neolithic Chinese vessel has an ovoid body with two handles. Its neck is short and splays outward into a wide opening. It is decorated with a continuous lozenge motif. The material is a fine, reddish-buff clay slightly polished and then painted in black and red.
Vase

Vase

c. 3000–2500 BCE

China, Gansu province, Neolithic period

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