A wide variety of shapes is encompassed here - spherical, bulb-shaped, onion-shaped etc. They grade into what could also be described as plump barrels, or baluster shapes, or wide pots - if you can't find it here try one of those categories. A few in-between shapes are listed in more than one category.
Globe-shaped vase with equatorial grooves & small flaring lip; UN-NUMBERED
Quite a few examples or this shape are recorded. Some are unmarked, some are signed Remued, but none has an incised number (with the possible exception of a solitary faint 264? 261?) The reason for such a consistently un-numbered shape is unknown. They don't come from the period before numbering began - as evidenced by the glazes and twig-handles. Also, there are examples - less common - with gumleaf decoration.