The jar is footed. The base is flat, and the rim is flaring. It is made of gray clay, with painted ornament (like Susa II): lines and rosettes. There are some small chips in the rim. It is complete. See Herzfeld in Ill. London News, June 1, 1929. (cf. fig. 15).
Probably from Nihawand. 1928: purchased by the MFA along with two other objects* for $250. (Accession date: April 26, 1928) *28.232-233
Arthur Mason Knapp Fund