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Egyptian terracotta pitcher

New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty

Circa.1550-1320 BC


Egyptian terracotta pitcher with wide mouth, everted rim, and elongated, cylindrical neck extending from a bulbous body, set with a circular ring base. Covered in a white slip and painted with a simple linear pattern in crimson and umber. Intact, the surface with some pitting and minor chips.


Charles Ede Ltd, London, UK; acquired September 1972
Donna Jacobs, Detroit, Michigan, USA; acquired from the above May 1973
John and Anne Spivak (1931-2017), Detroit, Michigan, USA; acquired from the above


Compare Gerry D. Scott III, Temple, Tomb and Dwelling: Egyptian Antiquities from the Harer Family Trust Collection (California, 1992), p.39, no.21A
Very close to Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Sèvres, pl.1/26


Charles Ede, General 91 (London, 1973), no.23


Height 19.2cm

Stock number

10496 IVP
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