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Long-necked Jar

굽다리 긴 목 토기 항아리 (長頸壺)

200s–300s CE
(57 BCE–935 CE)
Overall: 26.8 cm (10 9/16 in.)
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Closed kilns built on hillsides became widely used for producing this type of pottery vessel in Korea during the Three Kingdoms period.

Description

Pottery vessels with a footed stand, such as this one, are the earliest known high-fired ware produced in closed kilns built on hillsides. Its gray color is the result of the reduction of oxygen in the kiln chamber. Footed vessels were not practical enough for everyday use, but were used to present offerings to the deceased in highly elaborate ritual ceremonies.
Long-necked Jar

Long-necked Jar

200s–300s CE

Korea, Silla (57 BCE–935 CE)

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