Double-chambered whistling bottle with short tapering spout, broad bridge, pronounced chamber sides and flat base. Front chamber is surmounted by seated figure in double-pointed headdress and holding a bird on one arm with beak pressed to lips. Outside face of each chamber features bands of triangles, alternately stippled; inside face split into quarters, two of which are stippled. Raised vertical bands down chamber is sides over mould seams. Vertical mould seams down sides of both chambers, so two mould-sets used. Bridge added to incorporate whistling mechanism. Smooth areas are polished; base unfinished. Black; pale grey-fired areas at one side.
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