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A Burmese creamy glaze bowl with plain design.
Age: Burma, 15th century
A Khmer brown glazed lime-pot, in the form of an owl, with a stepped, moulded beak, eyes and tailbrown glaze stopped at the foot. This kind of lime-pos was mainly used in Khmer people's daily life in the ancient time, as can be seen on the stone sculpture on the wall of Bayon and Angkor Vat Prasart (Temple).
Age: Khmer, Angkor period, circa 12th-13th century
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Small jar. Slender body with short, cylindrical neck and wide mouth. On the shoulder four lugs. Upper two third of the body covered in a dull brown speckled glaze. Thailand, Sukhothai, 14-16th century.
Height 11½ inches.
One small chip underneath rim, missing areas (mouth and shoulder) in glaze, generally in very good condition.