Cylindrical neck flares slightly up to plain, outwardly thickened rim with rounded lip. Handle attached at lower rim descends in arc to shoulder; oval to rectangular in section with wide groove on outer face.
Fabric, firing, and surface description
Fabric and surface largely obscured by concretion. Red, slightly coarse, hard fabric has frequent golden mica, infrequent white particles, and varied tiny red and gray bits.
One sherd preserves 28% of rim, upper neck, and upper attachment of one handle. Slight, sparse abrasion; worn breaks; thick coat of encrustation covers almost entire surface.