Black figured alabastron illustrates women on a drinking fountain 17cm
Black figured alabastron illustrates women on a drinking fountain.
Copy classical period 560-530 BC.
Alabastron: is a small type of pottery or glass vessel used in the ancient world for holding oil, especially perfume or massage oils. They originated around the 11th century BC in ancient Egypt as containers carved from alabaster – hence the name – but spread via ancient Greece to other parts of the classical world.
Width :11 cm
Height :17 cm
Length :11 cm