An LB vessel, likely a bowl, but possible a jar, due to the difficulty in stancing its double rim. There is essentially no shoulder as the bowl body portion comes up to immediately meet the neck. The two rim portions are separated by a (lid) indent, approx. 0.91cm wide. Just below the exterior rim is located a single furrow ornament, occupying almost all of the neck surface, approx. 0.81cm wide. Within the furrow additional striations or possible polishing marks are visible. Any faint traces of polish are highly abraded away. Rotational striations highly visible on interior surface. Below the internal neck, the surface becomes highly corroded, approx. 80%, on the interior body, with pale yellow material. The exterior surface features much less corrosion of the same type, in clumps, covering approx. 20% of the entire surface. In addition to the medium sand mentioned above, fine and coarse sand particles are also present in significant frequencies in the fabric. Breaks are rough.
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