stirrup pot

Stirrup pot, with cream, red, black and yellow slip forming two feline figures. The central feline figure exposes a tongue divided into three parts. The legs are painted with dominant black and white patterns. The feet are clawed. The bulk of the body and the face are painted red. The lower part of the body and the face, or the 'mane', are painted yellow-gold. There are three eye-shaped black and white rings painted on the side of the body.

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