Sherd has a void in the exterior surface that appears to have been caused by the burning out of organic material (grass/wheat stem) judging by the small cylindrical shape of the void. Inclusions consist of coarse, medium, and fine sand (poorly sorted)and tending toward clustering together by size (esp. coarse and medium grains). It is difficult to say for sure whether the decoration (triangles in at least 3 bands with hatching alternating between shapes within and between bands) is made with rapid hand-execution, or was created using a mold, though I suspect the former based on the lack of apparent uniformity. Sent to Yerevan summer 2007 for Hasmike to draw.
From Interior to Exterior