Carved stone bowl. Flat based, slight foot, open form, flat rim with incised lines on the edge and two lines on the top. Broken and mended from several pieces. Coarsely finished with cutting marks visible on the outside. Date uncertain but has been suggested to be Middle Kingdom. Round label "28" stuck to the surface. Donated to Gloucester City Museums in 1918 by F. Sessions who acquired it from the sale of Frederick George Hilton Price's collection sold at Sotheby's, London, 12-17 July 1911.