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1830
ANCIENT ANATOLIA YORTAN CULTURE, C/-2500-2300BC. BLACK HANGING TRIPOD JAR. This piece, given its distinctive style would have been excavated from the cemetery site of Yortan in Western Turkey. Small black glazed hanging vessel, 8cm high, with an opening diameter of 3cm with 1/2cm rim, in which is 2 small opposing holes. 2 1/2cm neck and 7cm diameter main chamber. Features a decorative white inlay pattern on the exterior, of intercepting lines around 2 raised decorative knobs and 2 small handles that line up with the holes in the rim. (The string would have been tied around the small handles and ran up through the rim to maintain the pots balance when hung). The base of the neck also features a simple inlay of two encircling white lines. The pot sits on tripod legs about 1cm long. Grade II-
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