Porringer, străchini, with two small handles and a hole on the underside, through which a thread is passed to hang the plate up on the wall. Decorative design consisting mostly of concentric circled in several colours, the glaze combed up in the central area to suggest a spoked wheel, and down in the centrefield to give a rippled effect. Interrupted zigzag lines towards the outer edge, and a continuous zigzag on the rim. Yellowish white background with brown, green and red designs. Diameter at brim: 19cm; Height: 6 cm.

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