This is a rounded red ware bowl with black slip rim.
It was found above Grave 3507, in Saqqara. The Egyptians used bowls for storing and serving food and drink. The simple rim decoration on this one suggests it was a serving dish rather than strictly functional kitchenware, although it may have been made especially for funerary use. This is a rounded red ware bowl with black slip rim. It is made from clay. It is over 3,300 years old, dating to the 15th, 16th, 17th or 18th Dynasty (2055-1295 BCE) in the Second Intermediate Period to the New Kingdom Period.