A finely rendered Nabatean terracotta bowl featuring extremely thin walls and a smooth finishing. The bowl sits upon a ring foot and the sides flare outwards leading to the slightly everted rim. The inside of the bowl is decorated with delicate geometric motifs including dots, curves and lines, rendered and hand- painted in a darker, brown pigment. The outside of the bowl features a band of white slip covering the rim. An exquisite example of the finest Nabataean ware.
Date: Circa 1st-2nd century AD