Chinese Grey-ware Neolithic Qijia Culture Cord-Impressed Pottery Jar


A broad Chinese neolithic jar. Of simple design, the body is decorated with vertical cord-impressed striations and stands on a flat base.

Date: Circa 2000-1500 BC
Period: Neolithic Period
Condition: Complete and intact.


SKU: AS-3668 Category:

The Qijia Culture is named after the Qijiaping Site in Gansu Province. It was a sedentary culture, based on agriculture and breeding pigs (which were also used in sacrifices), and is one of the earliest bronze cultures in China.

Weight 800 g
Dimensions H 18.4 cm
Pottery and Porcelain




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