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Vases

Pottery in Greece has a long history and the form of Greek Vase Shapes has had a continuous evolution from the Minoan period down to the Hellenistic era.

Vases There are 11 products.

  • Terracotta Alabastron ( parfume vase) Bulbous body with long neck, wide flat rim,with pierced small handle. Decorated with lines,stripes and dots. Size: 8 x 5 cm Period: Late Corinthian I, 575 - 550 B.C. Materia: Terracotta Condition: Intact Provenance: German private collection

  • Greek terracotta aryballos. Rounded jug Painted in brown and red with wide flat lip, loop handle; well painted abstract palmettes with circular bands. Used to carry perfumes and oil. Size: 8,5 x 7 cm Period: C. 7th-6th century B.C. Material: Terracotta Condition: Intact Provenance: German private collection.

  • Large creme color alabastron, undecorated. Large flat rim with single handle and slender neck, towards a long rounded body. Size: 13,7 cm Period: c. 700 B.C. Material: Terracotta Condition: Intact Provenance: German private collection

    € 550.00 In Stock
    In Stock
  • Terracotta pottery oil flask in a longer, elongated form (a variation of the more typical squatty/bulbous rounded forms). Painted with dark brown sunrays, then striding hounds in between,multiple lines. Size: 7 x 4 cm Period: c. 700 - 600 B.C. Material: Terracotta Condition: Part rim lost Provenance: German private collection

  • Nice intact alabastron, used to hold oil. Decoration is worn, but there are traces of the painted lines and hounds. Size: 8 x 4 cm Period: c. 700 - 600 B.C. Material: Terracotta Condition: Intact Provenance: German private collection

  • Pyriform body, flat handle, and decorated disk rim, the body decorated with a dotted scale pattern, an encircling band above and below, tongues above the base, on the shoulder, and on top of the rim, dots along the side of the rim, the details in added red and yellow.  Size: 11 x 6 cm Period: c. 600 B.C. Material: Terracotta Condition: Repaired...

    € 500.00 Out of stock
    Out of stock
  • A Greek, Corinthian Aryballos. Clay light brown, body flattened sphere, short neck, flat lip and strap handle.  Decorated with circles with striding panther, with  flowers fillers. Size: 7,5 x 7 cm Period: c. 550 - 600 B.C. Material: Terracotta Condition: Underside rim, handle repaired. Provenance: Private German collection

  • Middle Corinthian pottery amphoriskos. The piriform body with frieze of a panther and a grazing ibex, another frieze with feline and ibex on shoulder above, rosettes in the field in both registers, a zigzag at neck and rays around the foot. Size: 16.5 x 9.5 cm Period: Middle Corinthian, c. 600 - 575 B.C. Material: Terracotta Condition: Neck repaired...

  • Attic black figure lekythos. It is made of orange-red clay, with black incised detail. Size: 13 x 7 cm Period: c. 500 B.C. Material: Terracotta Condition: Repaired Provenance: Private German collection

  • A Mycenaean pottery jug. Ovoid in form, on a ring foot, the slender neck with a flaring rim and strap handle. Decorated with half circles and ring around body. Size: 11,5 x 10 cm Period: Late Helladic IIIC, circa 1200-1100 B.C. Material: Terracotta Condition: Intact Provenance: German private collection

  • Greek small oil or parfume bottle. Decorated with leaves, stripes and rings Size: 8,5 x 7 cm Period: c. 550 B.C. Material: Terracotta Condition: Intact Provenance: Intact 

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