Petite Neolithic Terracotta Pot with Brown Geometric Décor and Flaring Neck
A Neolithic Chinese terracotta pottery from 4000-3000 BC, with lateral handles and brown painted geometric décor. Born in China during the Neolithic period, this pitcher attracts our attention with its nice patina, simple lines and geometric motifs. Alternating painted and reserved motifs, the pitcher is decorated on all sides. The neck, decorated with diamond motifs connected to one another, is flanked with two handles while the belly is accented with reserved zigzag lines.
With its great age and flowing lines, this Neolithic pitcher will be a great addition to any home décor. The opening is 3".