The fine ceramics, referred to here as "tableware", are made with remarkable competence both in the quality of the clay and the care and mastery by which it was baked. These are very often decorated with engraving and painting. One characteristic decoration is the use of Graphite Paint, also found, to a lesser extent, with red or white paint.

Stand for a vase with three holes decorated with wide vertical bands, alternating painted white and polished, delineated by engraved lines.

Keel bowl decorated with geometric design on base and neck in Graphite Paint.

Keel bowl with decorative carving on the base.

Bowl with reinforced rim decorated in white past and engraved.

Ring-shaped stand for a vase decorated with geometric engraving incrusted with white paste over red paint.