Bronze Age, Prehistoric period: ca. 3,500 – 2,500 years ago.
Found during the excavation of the Ban Prasat archaeological site, Ban Prasat, Non Sung district, Nakhon Ratchasima province.
Potteries excavated at Ban Prasat are unique and feature various forms. However, a well-known distinguishing mark is the red slipped, burnished, trumpet rim of the globular pots. Namely, a narrow neck, a wide trumpet-like mouth and red slipped, burnished surface.
Evidence from the excavation site has found that the pottery was made during the Neolithic Period. The pots were used for many purposes such as storing food and water, and for burial purposes.