Handmade ceramic bowl with a polished red exterior and a shiny black interior and mouth. The rim has incised hatched lines. The mouth of the bowl is egg-shaped rather than circular. The excavator interpreted the shape being like that of a boat. It is quite similar to so-called ‘ladle pots’ made by A-Group and Pan-grave cultures. Marked in black ink with the burial number “30 K'06 b” and John Garstang’s collection number “G 327 N”. CONDITION NOTE 1998: Surface chipped, pitted, worn, surface dirt, discoloured.