Red-brown vase in handmade style
Pottery has been around since the Neolithic, more than 7000 years ago. For a long time this was formed by hand and no turntable was involved. Various techniques were used to make pots by hand, such as by joining rolls or sheets of clay together. In every period and every culture, the pottery had specific characteristics.
Typical decoration techniques in the Bronze Age and the Iron Age are the application of, for example, finger impressions, grooves or a rough surface, in which blobs of clay have been applied.
This vase is a reference to hand-formed pottery with finger imprints.
The vase has notches that resemble fingerprints.
|Dimensions||15 × 15 × 25 cm|