I am trying to identify a pale yellow-green glazed pottery vessel, probably
medieval, found at an auction house. Approximately 25cm high, almost spherical
but flattening out towards the top, with a flat bottom.
On the top is a circular raised 'bunghole' as found on bunghole pitchers, and
two solid lugs with bored holes for cord (although one is missing, but leaves
telltale score marks). Around the shoulder are three scored rings as
decoration, and the vessel has a wheel-thrown appearance.
The fabric type appears to be gritty, and has a lightly oxidised surface.
Not having digi camera, and still using a steam-powered computer, no photo is
available, but I would appreciate polite suggestions.