NAQADA BLACK-TOPPED REDWARE POTTERY JAR

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NAQADA BLACK-TOPPED REDWARE POTTERY JAR

Ovoid body tapering toward small flattened base, and flaring to mouth with moulded ‘rolled’ rim, burnished body with black upperpart.
Ex priv. coll. J.D.R. Fryer, UK 1971, acq. from Folio Fine Arts. London.

H. 13,5 cm. Small chip from rim, otherwise intact.
PreDynastic Period, Naqada I-II, c. 3600-3500 BC

Cf. Dorothea Arnold – Janine Bourriau (eds.), An Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Pottery (Mainz am Rhein, Philipp von Zabern, 1993), p. 33-36

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