A stoneware bottle in the form of a traditional Chinese wine bottle but with an unusual flanged neck. The bottle is coarse in texture and heavy. It is possibly a piece of 20C NZ studio pottery with no identifying marks. It is circular with a max diameter of 115mm, the 50hmm neck is flared to a 44diam.mm flanged rim. The glaze is dark/light brown, mottled and textured.
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