HAJIKI JAR (Dealer: hotoke) – “Haji pottery (Hajiki) is a type of plain, unglazed, reddish-brown Japanese pottery or earthenware that was produced during the Kofun (250-538), Nara (710-794), and Heian periods (794-1185) of Japanese history. It was used for both ritual and utilitarian purposes, and many examples have been found in Japanese tombs, where they form part of the basis of dating archaeological sites.” — (Quoted from Wikipedia)

Such a refined Hajiki piece with the descended style (calmness) of Yayoi pottery (300BC – AD300), excavated from Northern Kanto region (Gunma prefecture), Japan. In very fine condition as is, with a few expected damage. approx. 12.5 x 12.5cm (4.92 x 4.92in)


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