BR1 | Burnished Ware Pots
Six wonderfully primitive hand-thrown Mediterranean black burnished ware pottery jars with handles. (Sold individually) The pots were used originally for cooking this type of pottery is hand thrown and has a fabulous coarse texture, a beautiful collection all in original good condition
Black Burnished Pottery is also called black clayware and is one of the types of plain earthenware that was prevalent in the Bronze Age. While earthenware from the Neolithic period has a round base, plain earthenware from the Bronze Age has a flat base. Black Burnished Pottery is an earthenware that is tinted with black gloss by grinding and wiping the surface, and applying a mineral such as graphite.
Spain, Circa 1800
Dimensions: 11.5-13W x 10-11D x 6.5-10H
767 N. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90069
STASH Warehouse: only a few blocks away.