1 rim sherd with a beaded rim, a plain band followed by a narrow band of egg and dart. Below this part of a worn panel of decoration with floral(?) elements. Very worn. Form 37.
Form 37, Central Gaulish. An abraded sherd shows an ovolo frieze (Rogers 1974, B263 used by Cettus, the small-S potter) on a guideline or bead row. Panel decoration is divided by bead rows topped by the small-S, Rogers 1974, S72. The figure appears to be a small version of O.281, used by Cettus on a mould from Les Martres, Romeuf, 200/, Pl.79, M8. Other Cettus sherds from Mumrills are illustrated by MacDonald & Curle ( Fig.80, 48, 54, 56-7) and Steer (196 Fig.8, 4). c.A.D.135-160.
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Dimensions:0 - Whole:W 4.8cm (W 1 7/8")