Geometric style vases are characterized by various horizontal bands covering the vase. Different geometric shapes are used by the artists to make it decorative. Besides abstract elements, painters of this era introduced stylized depictions of humans and animals which marks a significant departure from the earlier Protogeometric Art. Many of the surviving objects of this period are funerary objects, a particularly important class of which is the amphorae that acted as grave markers for aristocratic graves, principally the Dipylon Amphora by the Dipylon Master.
Copy geometric period 900 BC.
Dimensions: 24x42x34 (Height x Width x Length in CM)Material: Ceramic