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A bowl? A Sorbian bowl! Rather large and painted with pretty colors on the inside. Not deemed to be necessary on the outside where the clay base remained. In a Sorbian house, such a bowl would have been at the center of it all during meals. The classic was to serve sour cream in it to dip potatoes. The bowl was in use for some time, that is how tarnished it looks. The repairs make clear how valuable it was to its owners. On one occasion, it cracked quite a bit. Fortunately, traveling tinkers passed by occasionally who were able to repair the damage with a bit of wire. The bowl has several spots like this. It came to the Museum of Local History and Spreewald Museum at the end of the second-to-last century. The museum had already opened in Lübbenau in the boys' school in 1899. In 1957, the bowl wandered to the first open-air museum in Brandenburg in Lehde. And it is still there.