Cf. Slane and Sanders 2005, p. p. 279, no. 4-28, fig. 12=Hammond 2017, p. 327, no. 361, fig. 41 (with spout: Panayia Area, mid-third quarter of 7th century); check also examples in Pyrgouthi
Single sherd preserving 1/6 of rim; everted. Slightly concave on top towards inner edge forming ledge for lid; rounded inner and outer edges; offset from wall below by groove. Granular fabric is fired grey; frequent light small angular inclusions, with occasional large elongated angular bits; some inclusions break through the surface. All surfaces are a patchy brownish-red to reddish-brown; light brush marks on inner and outer surfaces. Heavily encrusted.