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There are 3 objects for which Decoration contains → caused
37.11.5 Black gloss covers the entire vessel, except for the underside of the foot. The gloss is not lustrous and on the exterior towards the foot is fired brownish. Inside the bottom of bowl, a brownish band caused by foot of another vase fired within it in the kiln. Inside is stamped design of four palmettes outside two concentric circles with an egg and dot pattern attached to the second one. Red paint is applied on the underside of the foot. It is decorated with a wide black band and a black dot at the centre. Between them, two thin concentric circles of almost invisible thinned glaze. 2003.97.0555.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.74 Coarse material. Very shallow plate. Inside are traces of orange and brown deposits. Incised band inside rim and maybe around base too. Surface is not flat but has small lumps, perhaps caused by inclusions. Base is flat. Reserved. 2003.93.0170.jpg
REDMG:1964.1686.1 Small fragment with part of rim remianing suggesting trefoil mouth. Ridges inside caused by sloping shoulders outside. 2006.20.0287.jpg
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