Water vessel

This water vessel has a concave neck and a convex-shaped body. It is decorated with stamped and incised geometric motif.Malay pottery consists mainly of household utensils such as cooking pots, dishes, storage vessels for water and incense braziers. Traditionally, they were hand-moulded without the use of potter’s wheel. Many take their shapes from natural forms such as fruit or vegetables and are decorated with incised floral and geometric motifs.

Indigenous Name
Terenang
Date/Period
1991
Region
Kampong Pasir Durian, Pahang, Malay Peninsula
Dimension
Gross measurement: Dia of base: 16.7 cm, Gross measurement: H: 14.0 cm
Accession No.
1992-00355
Collection of
Asian Civilisations Museum
Category
Ceramics

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