|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Date Made:||6th century BC|
|Outside Diameter:||12.4 cm|
Intact. Trumpet-shaped foot. Shallow lower body. Upper wall, whose upper termination is the lip, is set off from lower by a line of impressed beading (?). Upper wall is straight in profile but set at an angle to the lower wall. Two strap handles, each rising from juncture of upper and lower walls and attached above at lip. Moderately lustrous black surface. Some earth-like incrustation.
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