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Carter No.: 032n

Handlist description: Six small pottery saucers

Card/Transcription No.: 032n

32 (n) Six small pottery saucers.

These were all of type <>

They varied in width from 8.5 - 6.6 and in height from 4 - 2.5

All made of coarse reddy brown ware, with scrape marks on bottom.

One stained white all over. Another had a white patch. This probably subsequent staining.

Brushed with dry brush: removed white material (which was largely of a fatty nature) from two of the saucers with benzine

Card no. 032n relating to Carter no. 032n
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