Like a very large form of Zhuravlev Form 6 (within 6.1, but thin rim and sharp turn beneath are looking toward 6.2 and 6.3).
Platter. Widely flaring upper body with horizontal, slightly downturned rim. Three grooves with rounded ridges on lateral upper face of rim and evenly spaced radiating marks on outer lip. Fine craftsmanship: well executed slip and very thin wall.
Fabric: 5YR 7/6, reddish yellow. Slip: 2.5YR 6/8, orange. Very slight granular fabric, consistently fired, with rare, small, elongated and rounded, light (“calcitic”) inclusions. Thin, lightly smoothed, semiglossy slip, slightly darker in color than fabric over rim to orange where thickest, best preserved on interior and exterior walls.
One sherd preserves ca. 5% of rim and small part of upper body. Very slight, sparse abrasion, otherwise clean breaks; sparse specks to patches of encrustation.