Neolithic Beak-Spouted Jug

Culture: Anatolia
Period: 3rd millennium B.C.
Material: Terracotta
Dimensions: 15.8 cm high
Price: Sold
Ref: 6101
Provenance: German family collection founded around 1900. Since the 1920s in the Carl Böhm collection. Thence gallery Antiken-Kabinett Gackstätter with the inventory number 01424. With a certificate of the gallery Antiken-Kabinett Gackstätter.
Condition: Intact
Description: Handmade jug of sand-colored clay, round corpus and also round base. The estuary is spout-shaped and tapering towards the top. The curved handle reaches from the bulge to the back part of the spout. Around the shoulder and neck corrugations which were pressed with a modelling stick into the still soft clay. On the corpus vertical stripe pattern. On the sides of the neck two small eyelets for suspension.