Seen most often on overglaze Chinese porcelain, this band consists of two straight-lines, or plain band 1s, surrounding a thin curlicue line. The thin line has small loops and a thin, leaf-like mark below and extending to the right of the curlique.
The genre for this stylistic element depends on a combination of decorative technique, color, and element.
Cataloging Example for Depicted Sherd:
|Interior/Exterior||Location||Decorative Technique||Color||Stylistic Element||Motif|
|Exterior||Proximal Rim||Painted, over free hand||Unidentifiable||Husk Chain Band 02||Individual A|