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Jar by Chester Nealie

Jar, woodfired, stoneware/ tenmoku and salt glaze, made by Chester Nealie, Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia, 2001

Jar, stoneware, ovoid form with sharp shoulder, and short wide neck with everted lip. There are two small lugs at the base of the neck. A honey-coloured glaze of saltglazed tenmoku is over most of the body, with unglazed patches on the lower body exposing raw clay and slip. There are marks on the body from wadding, shells, ash and flame formed during the firing process. A label is attached at the shoulder.
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