A finely potted terracotta flask displaying the characteristic of the bright red-orange colour of Nabataean pottery. The vessel features an elongated body leading to a short cylindrical neck which flares outwards into a wide mouth. A single applied handle extends from the rim to the shoulder. The thin walls remain undecorated, displaying a beautiful matte finishing with some traces of white inclusions. The vessel sits on a short out-splayed foot.
Date: Circa AD 1st – 2nd Century.