Piriform Shape

Piriform means “pear shaped” and in the context of ceramics is a term that may be used to refer to the shape of various pottery forms that exhibit a rounded shape where the maximum width is somewhere close to the top or the bottom of the form and follows smooth curves to taper towards the opposite end. Such shapes may be found throughout ancient pottery and glassware.

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