Small Bowl with Rectangular Panels, Each Containing One Dot

Object Name: 
Small Bowl with Rectangular Panels, Each Containing One Dot

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Object Name: 
Small Bowl with Rectangular Panels, Each Containing One Dot
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 3.5 cm, Diam (max): 5.9 cm
On Display
Primary Description: 
Small Bowl with Rectangular Panels, Each Containing One Dot. Transparent pale yellowish green. Blown; pincered. Miniature bowl. Rim plain, with flattened top; wall almost vertical, curving in at bottom; base plain, but slightly concave; pontil mark roughly circular (W. 1.6 cm). Wall is covered with two continuous horizontal rows of pincered motifs. Upper row has seven contiguous rectangular elements (H. 1.2 cm, L. 1.7 cm) consisting of raised border with hemispherical boss at center. Lower row also has seven motifs, which are identical to those in top row, but somewhat larger and almost square (H. 1.7cm, W. 1.8 cm). Surfaces behind pincered motifs are plain and slightly recessed.
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