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There are 6 objects for which Decoration contains → cone
26.12.27 The inside is streaky black, the outside is unpainted except the ledge at the bottom of the body which is streaky black. The flange supports the lid. The lid fits over the body to rest on the flange. The top of the lid is also flanged. From the middle of this flange rises a cut-off, grooved cone. The main surface of the lid is decorated with a streaky glaze with a repetitive pattern: two reserved vertical lines followed by a reserved oval. This seems to have been repeated around the whole body but one half of the glaze/pattern is missing. 2002.97.0543.jpg
26.12.30 The inside of the cone is reserved. Bottom of bowl inside is brown, probably because another base was placed inside it for firing. Heavy faine (?). 2002.97.0296.jpg
38.4.6 Two holes pierced in horizontal rim for suspension. The rim is slightly lower than the top of the shoulder and is reserved. The shoulder is black, herring-bone between four bands, thick, hatched meander, herring-bone between four bands, black to bottom of cone. Inside is reserved. 2005.90.0035.jpg
45.6.3 Decoration black and red. Central star; rays; tongues; bands. On raised rim, cone pattern between bands. Underneath, rim moulding and moulding on base red, foot-ring black. Pattern on rim is triangular shapes with curved edges, some inverted so they tessalate. 2003.97.0115.jpg
45.6.38 Slightly iridescent greyish-black glaze. Lip imprinted with horseshoe shapes (24 on the lip and 5 in the centre). The foot is flat underneath, heavily ruddled, except for a small hollow cone at centre, which is black. 2003.31.0011.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.24 There is a reserved ridge on top of the foot, while the side of the foot is also reserved and rounded. The surface underneath is ruddled with broad black band just within a resting surface. Lastly, a steep, narrow cone is formated inside the stem. The ellipsoid body is supported by a slim stem, which ends in a disk-shaped base, with concentric, incised circles.
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