Corinthian pitcher. Flaring, slightly convex wall. Slight, flared ring foot; tooled groove at junction of inside of foot and bottom. Black glaze on exterior; interior, resting surface, interior face of foot, and bottom all reserved. Classical.
Fine, hard clay with very few tiny voids and white inclusions. Interior face of foot fired reddish-brown. Somewhat thick, uneven, semilustrous black glaze.
One sherd preserves ca. 5-8% of base and larger part of lower wall. Slight, sparse abrasion and chipping; worn breaks; sparse specks to patches of encrustation.