A molded scalloped rim with single raised rib (sometimes as subtle as a slight rounded bump) where the rim meets the lip. At intervals, a molded line extends down from the scalloped rim onto the marley, creating small points. This differs from Queen’s Shape patterns, where the molded line extends from the rim all the way down to the well of the vessel.
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|
|Interior||Proximal Rim||Molded||No Applied Color||Royal Pattern 01||Individual A|