Pan, Stew - Artifacts
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Small thin-walled round lidded cooking pot with flared rim made from brown clay and glazed reddish-brown. The belly of the pot (A) is the widest duaneter so that the walls flare out from the rim but taper towards the bottom. There is no foot and the bottom is rounded, not flat, and bulging at the center. The lid (B) culminates into a flat knob at center top. The lid was broken and has been repaired. On the bottom of the pot is pink adhesive tape with "Bagio, P.I. 1920's" written in pencil.