The pottery assemblages are among the most important chronological and cultural elements of the archeological cultures in the Late Prehistory and their study provides extremely important information.
This article is aimed at presenting a group of vessels from the Early Chalcolithic settlement near the village of Gradeshnitsa. These vessels are interpreted as storage vessels. Undoubtedly they are among the most interesting and characteristic shapes of the Gradeshintsa site pottery assemblage. The article is focused on the typological differentiation of the vessels within the defined group and the parallels between the ornamentation on the vessels and the ornamentation on the anthropomorphic figurines from the same site.