Deposited in large quantities in tombs along with armour, agricultural implements and ceremonial jewellery, Silla ceramics survive in significant numbers. Tomb ceramics range from large storage jars and ceremonial vessels for fertility and harvest rites, to household pieces such as these. The use of impressed and incised decoration into a grey body is characteristic of Silla decoration.
The Asian Collections, AGNSW, 2003, pg.184.
small jar with one small handle
Place where the work was made
circa 900 CE
grey stoneware, unglazed
10.5 x 11.0 cm; 11.0 cm diam. of mouth
Not on display
Where the work was made
Referenced in 1 publication
Jackie Menzies (Editor), The Asian Collections Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2003, 184 (colour illus.). image on the left