Most of the profile of a highly polished LB pot consisting of 4 sub-fragments. The decorative schema consists of a single circumferential furrow on the vessel shoulder. The vertical polish lines on the vessel body, while intense, are not necessarily decorations. They blend too well into one another around the vessel. On the vessel neck the polish marks are highly visible, diagonally applied hatches, running from upper left to lower right and sometimes horizontally. They appear to have been applied in concert with some kind of rotational motion. The polish is present on the superior rim surface, but does not continue onto the interior surface. Significant amounts of coarse sand particles are also present in the fabric, besides the medium sand. Pyrite popping is visible on all surfaces, but more intensely on the interior surface, which has numerous large spalls. Sand particle inclusions are visible perforating all surfaces in moderate amounts. 20% of the interior surface is covered in light yellowish brown corrosion. Breaks are rough.
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