A Collection of Six Chinese Han Dynasty Earthenware Jars No. 4500

A Collection of Six Chinese Han Dynasty Earthenware Jars No. 4500 A Collection of Six Chinese Han Dynasty Earthenware Jars No. 4500
China 04500-M00012

A Collection of Six Chinese Han Dynasty Earthenware Jars, including two cocoon jars painted in black, red, gray and whites, the shape of the jar was meant to represent the silk worm’s cocoon, a symbol of wealth and luck, as silk was a large economic contributor to China during this period, and four domed cylindrical granary or grain jars, decorated with incised bands, above tripod feet and the largest with a lid, Available Individually

Cocoon 1: Height: 12 5/8"; Width: 14"; Depth: 8 1/2"; Cocoon 2: Height: 10 3/4"; Width: 11 3/8"; Depth: 7 1/2"; Lidded Jar: Height: 14 3/8"; Diameter: 10 1/4"; Domed 1: Height: 14 1/2"; Diameter: 7 7/8"; Domed 2: Height: 13"; Diameter: 8 1/8"
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