A pink ceramic object heavily covered with brown corrosion, which resembles a handle, but matches no diagnostic handle types at present. It consists of a square flat piece with four "legs" of unequal thickness, morphology, and preservation. The legs are preserved to several different lengths, the maximum 3.34cm long, the minimum just barely a stub. While all the legs are quadrilateral or trapezoidal in section, they vary in thickness and exact shape, some featuring an indent or sculpting on their sides. The square, "top" piece of the object features an uneven surface on its superior side, that is the side from which the legs originate, and the inferior side of the piece features a latitudinal or medial-lateral furrow, 1.74cm wide at its preserved maximum. A decorated lip fashioned to border the furrow on the medial and lateral sides of the object contributes to the leg morphology or decoration on those sides. The other two furrowless sides, also features a rounded indent between the legs, but it is narrower than the furrow border present on the formerly described sides. This object could be part of a morphic object or of a currently unknown vessel type.