Metallic Ware

Metallic ware, also known as Abydos ware or Combed ware, vessels were in use between the Early Bronze II-III in the northern part of the southern Levant. Its main feature is a distinctive metallic ring when struck. Metallic ware can appear in various shades of red, brown or grey, and combed like stripes decoration in slanted horizontal and vertical patterns. 

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Metallic ware jar
Combed stripes decorations 
Flat base
Dated: ca. 3000-2700 BCE