Hand-pinched from light gray, medium-textured clay. Uneven rim blackened with soot on edges.
Keywords: Pre-Angkor period (500 BCE - 802 CE)
Steep-sided bowl with everted rim and cord-impressed texture on lower portion. Formed by hand using cord-wrapped paddle and anvil.
Round-bodied vessel with straight rim. Possibly formed using paddle (and anvil), but walls are quite thick. Exterior coated with red slip, worn off in areas. Blackened interior.
Round-bodied vessel with contracted neck and tall everted rim. Heavy for its size. Hand-formed, possibly finished with paddle.
Small, rounded, iregularly-shaped vessel with everted, uneven rim. Hand-formed. Unglazed. Incrusted on the interior with unknown substance.