Bowl on pedestal foot

Wide shallow vessel with footed base. Red slip, burnished, on exterior and interior.

Artist: Ban Prasat culture
Historical period(s)
Ban Prasat culture, mortuary phase 2, 1000-600 BCE
Earthenware with red pigment
H x Diam (overall): 7.5 x 12 cm (2 15/16 x 4 3/4 in)
Northeast Thailand, Nakhon Ratchasima (Khorat) province
Credit Line
Gift of Victor and Takako Hauge
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Accession Number
On View Location
Currently not on view
Ceramic, Vessel


Ban Prasat culture, earthenware, Hauge collection, red pigment, Thailand, WWII-era provenance

From circa 1967-1973 to 2004
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne and Gratia Hauge [1]

From 2004
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, gift of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hauge in 2004 [2]


[1] Object file. According to conversation with Victor Hauge on 24 November 2003, Bangkok dealer Carol Woo was the source of many Ban Chiang pieces that the Hauges collected.

[2] Ownership of collected objects sometimes changed between the Hauge families.

Previous Owner(s)

Victor and Takako Hauge American (1919-2013, 1923-2015)


Wide shallow vessel with footed base. Red slip, burnished, on exterior and interior.

Collection Area(s)
Southeast Asian Art
Web Resources
Ceramics in Mainland Southeast Asia
Google Cultural Institute
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