- Museum number
Sherd (mended from seven fragments, including 1888,0601c and 1965,0930.750, and added plaster) of Attic black-figured pottery dinos stand, consisting of part of baluster, lower disk and stem; exterior: on baluster, black-figure decoration consisting of feet and lower bodies of two confronted birds or sirens with added red on wing bow; below, part of lower disk glazed black with added red; top of stem glazed streaky black; two animal friezes below: on upper register, parts of four geese with red on wings and grazing to left; on lower register, part of siren with red on tail to left; confronted lions, heads reversed (with red on neck, chest, rib and rump); brown bands above, between and below registers; incised blob rosette as filling ornament.
- Production date
- 580BC-570BC (circa)
Diameter: 14 centimetres (at moulding)
Height: 23.30 centimetres (about)
Thickness: 1.10 centimetres (at moulding)
- Curator's comments
- The sherd joins British Museum 1888,0601.570.c and 1965,0930.759 and belongs to the same as vase 1888,0601.570.a, 1888,0601.570.d and 1888,0601.570.g.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
- Registration number
- Joined objects
Associated Group: G16314 (6 objects)
Joined Object Group: G16313 (3 objects)