Urn: Neolithic Earthenware

One Neolithic earthenware urn of meiping form; short length neck; no lip nor foot ring; free brush painted geometric volute design boarded by rounded sawtooth decorates the upper half using thick 15mm lines; small hatch lines on an 'x' fill the inner volute design; neck has a thick 25mm red upper boarder, running directly beneath this is a rounded sawtooth design inverted rather then outlined; two small thumb handles 34mm wide protrude from the widest part of mid-body.
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Diameter x Length: 395 x 395mm (15 9/16 x 15 9/16")
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