Common shaped porringer, glazed, designs in brown and yellow shades on green background. Large dots below the brim of the porringer separated by broken lines, then two dark brown lines. At the bottom, 4 big white dots with four groups of three small brown dots between them. (Clay, purchased underglazing and glazing). Height 70mm, diameter at brim 200mm, diameter at bottom 90mm.

This shape of porringer is made today only by the potter Colibaba.

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