|400 BC to 300 BC, Mediterranean|
The obverse of this splendid vessel depicts a winged crowned female standing to the left of the central half column. She grasps a tambourine in her outstretched right hand and a phiale in her left hand which is held in an act of gesture towards the naked male figure. The male, who leans back in a relaxed pose with his legs crossed, reaches out with his right hand to take the phiale. He wears a fillet in his hair and a chlamys is draped beneath his left arm. A meander motif encircles the band above the base and a laurel motif runs around the neck. The reverse is a plain black slip with a continuation of the vertical line motif that encircles the rim.
|Location of Origin: Europe|
|Dimensions: 12.1″ (30.7cm) high|
|Primary Classification: Ancient Art : Greek|
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