Handmade museum replica
Black figured hydria illustrates a building with two Ionian(major tribes) 40cm
Black figured hydria by Priamos illustrates a building with two Ionian(major tribes) columns in antis with metopes and the triangular upper part painted white with two fountains, one on the left and one on the right in the shape of lions' heads. Two girls fill up their Hydrias with water while a third one waits for her turn. All three wear embroidered tunics and garments. Pictured on the left, Dionysos is holding a kantharos and Hermes is on the right. On the top of the vase, two chariots with charioteers direct to the right.
Copy classical period 560-530 BC.
Hydria: is a type of water-carrying vessel in the metalwork and pottery of Ancient Greece. The hydria has three handles. Two horizontal handles on either side of the body of the pot were used for lifting and carrying the pot. The third handle, a vertical one, located in the center of the other two handles, was used when pouring water.
Width :31 cm
Height :40 cm
Length :26 cm