Courtesy of National Museums Liverpool, World Museum
Bowl with flat base and vertical sides reconstructed from plaster with four original pottery sherds. Pinkish buff colour with reddish brown striped decoration sometimes referred to as a "simplified bucrania" design, typical of the late Tell Halaf style. The excavator noted the four sherds were found in trench Z (period III) at Sakje Geuzi. The sherds were restored as a complete bowl for display within the "Aegean & Hittite Gallery" between 1931 and 1941. The gallery was destroyed during the wartime bombing of Liverpool in May 1941.