Chinese Qing Dynasty 18th Century Terracotta Water Vessel with Concentric Lines
A Chinese Qing Dynasty period terracotta water vessel from the 18th century or earlier, with wavy motifs, concentric lines and petite handles with loops. Created in China during the Qing Dynasty, this terracotta water vessel features a flaring neck showcasing a 5.75" diameter opening, accented in its lower section with a series of wavy lines. The vessel presents a generous rounded body adorned with a regular rhythm of concentric lines with nicely weathered appearance revealing its age. The vessel is flanked with petite handles making for an easier grip.
They are decorated with delicate feather motifs and petite loops whose discreet presence completes the ensemble beautifully. With its rounded lines and nice age, this Chinese Qing Dynasty period terracotta water vessel from the 18th century or earlier, will make for a lovely decorative addition to any home, perhaps displayed atop a commode, a side table, buffet or altar console table.