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Published on April 4, 2012 by in CERAMICS

Amri-Nal Bowl (With losses)

A well potted curved bowl. decorated in black with large block triangles and lines. Typical combined Amri-Nal. Circa 2800 BC.

Nal ceramics are among the best made and most attractive wares of prehistoric times in South Asia. They are fired buff to pink, slips tend to be very light giving just a tint to the surface, polychrome infilling of designs in red, pink, blue, and yellow is a speciality of this ware. Characteristic vessel forms are canisters and straight sided bowls with footed bases and knife-edge rims.

Size 50mm, 90mm

Price £55

Stock Number IA16412

 
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