A small terracotta jug displaying the characteristic of the bright orange colour in Nabataean pottery. The vessel rests on a short out-splayed foot from which its globular body rises and tapers into a cylindrical neck with a flat flaring rim. Five indentations feature on the jug’s body adding to the vessel’s overall texture and design. Further decorations include two small handles applied to the shoulders.
Date: Circa AD 1st – 2nd Century