Ledged cooking vessel with high neck and flaring rim. This metal vessel is almost identical to many terra cotta cooking vessels and was probably intended for a very wealthy family. It was made by hammering a sheet of copper and raising the hollow base and rim separately. The two pieces were joined together with cold hammering at the ledge. This vessel contained a hoard of copper weapons and tools.
Dimensions: 16.5 cm height, 21 cm max. dia.
Harappa, No. 277, 13 303 B
National Museum, Karachi, NMP 52.3214.
Vats 1940: 85, 384.