wine container

Clay wine pot, short-necked, with a band at the point where the handle is inserted in the neck and a funnel-shaped lip. The handle has an opening for drinking, with a bevelled ornament applied above. The decorative designs are composed of dotted lines made with a small metal wheel and lines of triangles scratched with the nail. Slightly polished surface. Silver-grey colour obtained through burning. Ht: 160mm; dia at bottom: 100mm.

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