Vertical, cylindrical rim barely extant, marked below by slight indentation. Rounded but distinct sloping shoulder. Baggy body. Fine, sharp ridging on shoulder; wide, flat ridging over most of body from just above midpoint down below maximum diameter. Ring handles pulled upward, oval in section but with uneven angular segments, attach to shoulder well below neck.
Consistently fired to reddish brown, with frequent, small to tiny sandy bits, occasional large subangular light stones, one large “lime‘ chunks visible on surface; very light slip essentially same color as fabric. Judaean.
One large body sherd preserves roughly 30% of body from belly to base of neck, including one handle. Sharp, clean breaks with slight chipping and gouging; mostly clean breaks; thin, small patches of encrustation.