White slip ware II is characterized by a thick white slip and brownish vertical and horizontal bands of paint with a net pattern in between them. Another form of decoration is a series of rhombuses filled with a net pattern in between the bands. White slip II decoration differs from its predecessor (white slip I) in the use of a single color and is generally less strict. Like in the white slip I ware, the most common type of vessel is the bowl.
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