The term ‘Amlash Culture’, has generally been used to designate material cultures excavated at Gilan, an archaeological site of ancient Iran, and refers to a group of Iron Age pottery and metal executions with a strong visual character. Amlash terracotta vessels , such as this fine example, might have been inspired by paralleled metal wares of the same period, and were used in funeral libation contexts, ritual occasions and in everyday life.
Amlash Beige Pottery Storage Jar
A finely modelled Amlash beige pottery jar, featuring an ornamental register running across the body, comprising geometric decorations in relief. The vessel’s globular body, raising from a flat base, leads to a narrowed neck and a flared rim.
Condition: Extremely fine condition, complete and intact.