Pottery vessels dated to the Late Bronze Age have been widely excavated across the Holy Land, indicating the close association between terracotta vessels and the proto-urbanised life. During the Late Bronze Age, pottery bowls, with either sharp or gentle carination design, are believed to have imitated the early practices on metal wares. Most of the Bronze Age terracotta bowls from the Holy Land were made for a daily purpose.
Holy Land Terracotta Globular Jar
A finely sculpted, delicate Holy Land terracotta jar, featuring a short, globular body. The rounded body leads to a wide cylindrical neck with vertical walls and a slightly everted rim. The base is slightly curved but the vessel stands independently.
Condition: Fine condition, signs of earthy encrustation remain visible to the surface, minor chips to the rim.