Trefoil mouthed oenochoe, late period Etruscan Bucchero. Black paint covers entire surface, which is glossy and dull. The pot is thick, and wheel made. It is a one-piece globular bodied jug, with a long, pulled handle joining the body to the lip. It has a simple, spreading disc foot with a slightly concave base. The loosely pinched lip gives the trefoil mouth to the jug. The neck is less than 1/3 of the height.

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