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VINTAGE de-cor

Antique Martaban Jar

$2,235.00
Est. Arrival: Feb 07 - Feb 12
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COLOR brown/multi
CONDITION Very Good; age wear and few blemishes
DIMENSIONS 21" W x 24" H
ERA Antique
MADE OF Stone ware ceramic
SKU 77531151
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Feb 07 - Feb 12
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RETURNS This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
We're known for the artful displays in our airy 7,500 sq. ft. gallery-style showroom, where we specialize in globally inspired interiors. We carry a great selection of Indian and South Asian antiques, textiles from across the world, and architectural elements, along with a line of rustic furniture made from reclaimed wood.
Why we love this
A large antique Southeast Asian pottery Martaban jar with a Henan style glaze and moulded ribbed details. These jars were used to carry Mango and pickles on the silk route.
About the Seller
We're known for the artful displays in our airy 7,500 sq. ft. gallery-style showroom, where we specialize in globally inspired interiors. We carry a great selection of Indian and South Asian antiques, textiles from across the world, and architectural elements, along with a line of rustic furniture made from reclaimed wood.
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