Pottery rim sherd; buff to grey-brown fabric; buff exterior with light burnish. Raised neck with rivet hole. Incised decoration; hatched curvilinear design. Rim sherd from a 'Glastonbury Ware' or south western decorated ware bowl.

An00104799 001 l

Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
vessel
Techniques
burnished, incised

People

Acquired From
Natural History Museum to The British Museum
Found, Excavated, Collected By
Pengelly, William

Place

Found In
Kents Cavern

Time

Acquired In
1886
Made
300BC-1
Period/Culture
Iron Age

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