With a tapered globular body, small neck, pinched rim to create a small spout, and handle applied to the back of the rim and the shoulder, with four black lines encircling the waist, another encircling the neck, and the handle painted black.
For a similar example, see: IAA V-1696, Juglet from Haifa area, 1922 PMBI: 47-52 pl. III
Ruth Amiran, Ancient Pottery of the Holy Land, 1969, p. 287, photo 297; pl. 97 numbers 22, 24, 25.
Dimensions: Height: 2 3/4 inches (6.9 cm)
Condition: Intact and in good condition.
Provenance: Private Maryland collection, acquired from Acushnet River Antiques, New Bedford, MA.