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<p>1. (John Forbes 25 April 1994) Monochromatic very finely crackled grey-green glaze, with five pontil spur scars near center, interior cavetto decorated with multiple grooves, rim scalloped by turning up body clay, very shallow foot surrounds traces of chocolate brown on bottom.</p>
<p>1. (John Forbes 25 April 1994) Very finely crackled grey-green glaze, interior decorated with underglaze iron black floral spray (on which are five pontil spur scars) within two circles, interior shoulder decorated with vertical sectioning ending in scalloped rim, exterior shoulder molded, very shallow foot surrounds chocolate brown base.</p>