CLAY PAINT POT

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Item Code: 998-1640

Small unglazed pot was used by an artist to hold paint. Shows a handle on the side. Remnants of brown paint remain inside and dripping on outside of pot.

Measures 1 ½” tall by 1 ¼” in circumference. No chips or cracks.  [sr]

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