A tall slender jar of cylindrical form built by hand using an orange pink marl clay fabric. The vessel has been constructed using the coil method and finished by hand using tools.
For a related example see: Needler W. "PreDynastic and Archaic Egypt in the Brooklyn Museum" (1984) page 217 no.77.
Condition: The jar is intact and in good condition overall with some surface abrasion, small chips and pitting to the rim due to surface spalling that does not detract.
Dimensions: Height: 9 7/8 inches (25 cm), Diameter: 4 1/4 inches (11 cm)
Provenance: Private NY collection, thereafter on loan to the Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University, from 1998 - 2015, loan number: L1998.062.008