Urn: Neolithic Painted Earthenware

One Neolithic earthenware urn; medium length neck; free brush painted linear designs on body and inside of upper lip; 11mm painted line runs around mid-body, 22mm above this is a thick 30mm painted line that also runs around the body; inside upper lip is a linear design consisting of 3 thin lines that create five half circles crisscrossing at the ends; sharp sawtooth design decorates the neck with thick boarders above and below; a single 18mm wide thumb handle at the base of the neck connects to the shoulder; there is a small triangular protrusion on the opposite side to the handle.
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Diameter x Length: 180 x 238mm (7 1/16 x 9 3/8")
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