Scallop Band 14 is a combination of Scallop Band 01 and Scallop Band 03: it is characterized by a continuous band of elongated half-circles with straight lines extending in the middle of them, enclosed between two plain bands. Directly outside the enclosed band and underneath each rounded portion of the half-circle, sit two separate dots painted one on top of the other (in a vertical formation). This band is most often seen on overglazed Chinese porcelain.
Note: Very similar to Scallop Band 02
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||Painted, over free hand||Unidentifiable||Scallop Band 14||Individual A|