Chinese Han Dynasty Period Unglazed Vase as Table Lamp


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A Chinese Han dynasty unglazed terracotta jar, Hu,that has been mounted as a table lamp. Unglazed pottery like this dates to the Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD). This lamp is wired for use in the U.S.

The vase has a beautifully aged, gray patina with an elongated belly-shape. The electrical cable is installed at the base of the lamp pole, so not to damage the jar. The vase dimensions are 13.5 in. high x 8.5 in. diameter.

The lampshade is handmade in Belgium of fine linen and has a high quality, gold foil inner lining. The lining prevents light from showing through the shade and casts a warm light. Offered by Maison & Co.

Product Specifications

Height: 21.25
Diameter: 20
Lead Time
Varies (Limited Edition)

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