Height: 2 1/2" x 3 3/4" in diameter
Description: Whole complete pottery vessels are rare as hens teeth in the deep southeast. So to be able to bring you this fine example is a real treat. This small pot has a spot on the rim where it looks to be intensionally broken out to create a spot to pour. The evidence for this conjecture is that the missing rim section is worn smooth and is placed exactly between the 2 suspension holes on either side of the pot. These were used to suspend the pot on the wall of their house by cordage. The overall shape, the suspension holes and the grit tempering suggests that this was a Late Woodland Weeden Island Culture (Circa AD. 900) pot although it could be from the later Mississippian Era (Circa AD 1400)
Provenance: Found many years ago on private property with permission in South Georga.