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There are 4 objects for which Decoration contains → chevron
30.4.1 Clay buff, coarse. Decoration: brick-red to brown on creamy buff. Zones of pattern: Step pattern between handles, chevron and dot under handle; bands; zig-zag; bands; wave pattern; bands; thick black band to foot. Underside of foot reserved except for three thin bands. Top side of handles has band pattern on then. Inside body, seven thin bands on a reserved backing. Leaf pattern on rim. 2002.97.0457.jpg
35.4.2 Black on mouth and neck. Lower part of neck has vertical black lines which are thicker at the bottom. Palmette design on body with chevron heart framed in tendrils and with dots in groups of three either side of central leaf. Right and left a cluster of leaves and beyond, on either side of handle, similar cluster reversed. Beneath handle, cluster of leaves. Black band at bottom of base and foot. Base reserved. 2002.97.0682.jpg
76.6.1 Exterior of the handle and upper part of the body, the interior of the trefoil mouth and the back side of the neck are painted black. On the front side of the neck, decoration on a metope. Probably black painted horizontal bands (?). On the shoulder is a row of large black, irregular dots. Body has as chevron design and base is decorated with a cross hatch pattern all over. 2008.99.0388.jpg
REDMG:1951.158.1 Black except for the underside and an oblong panel at front, which encloses a palmette with a chevron heart and a raindrop in the field on either side. A row of14 black dots fills the top frame. Reserved areas ruddled, except for the underside. 2004.99.0782.jpg
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