Cylindrical neck. Outward thickened rim has low sloping upper face and steeply inward sloping, slightly convex outer face marked by two sharp grooves. Handle, oval(?) in section, attaches at base of rim.
Fabric, firing, and surface description
Core: 5YR 7/2 (pinkish gray), but tinge of red toward surface; surface: 5YR 6/4 (light reddish brown). Medium hard, gritty fabric with uncommon tiny, dark bits, rare, small glistening particles (“quartz” and golden mica?), rare, medium or larger, white (calcitic) and red (iron oxide?), subangular to subrounded inclusions. Surface thinly washed and pale.
One sherd preserves 15% of rim and very small part of upper neck and one handle. Slight, sparse abrasion and chipping around edges; worn breaks; small, scattered patches of encrustation.