Kate Moss' History of Vomitorium Crockery
Athenian Slop Vessel Athenian Slop Vessel
(275-250 B.C.)

I know, I know - solid silver isn't technically crockery either. But it's really old - and I do vomit in it sometimes. That's why I decided to include it.

Notice that the body is separated into four bands. The top two sport tongue and scale patterns, respectively - while the third shows two panthers and a wild boar. Such compositions were common on mass production Athenian slop vessels. In other words, I basically own an ancient Corningware bedpan. How bourgeois of me!