Artist:Indus Valley Culture
Medium: Red pottery with red and black slip-painted decoration
Dates:ca. 2500 B.C.E.
Dimensions: 11.2 x 29 cm (11.2 x 29 cm)
Accession Number: 37.75
Catalogue Description: Fragment of a broad shallow vessel with a wide flat rim. Reddish pottery painted on the inside and on the upper surface of the rim with a very stylized leaf pattern between the bands of three lines each, all in very dark red on a somewhat lighter red ground. On the underside of the rim are two dark red lines and a broader area in lighter red. The paint has been chipped off the edge. Earth incrustation still adheres in a few places.