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Body clear dark blue with opaque white, opaque light blue and opaque orange trails; handle(s?) wine coloured with opaque light blue and opaque orange trails.
Straight shoulder, sloping down to curved junction with body; elongated ovoid body with slightly convex sides tapering downward. Two small vertical ribbon-handles at top of body.
At angle of shoulder and body, orange and white horizontal trails; below, feather pattern of blue, orange and occasional white trails; on both handles vertically, a blue trail with an orange trail on each side of it, and, on one handle only, a white trail on right of right-hand orange one.
Core-formed and tooled; trails on neck and body drawn on, marvered and combed, those on handles in sunken relief.
- Production date
Diameter: 5 centimetres
Height: 11.20 centimetres (reconstructed)
- Curator's comments
Transferred to C&E Dept., March 1926; returned to G&R 1967.
Murray et al. 1900, 23f., fig. 63. Fossing 1940, 29 (mention only). Astrom 1967, 58f., 126 (=id. 1972, 530f., 598). Nolte 1968, 112, 119f., no. 43.
- Not on display
- Shoulder, upper half of body, and handles extant, remainder restored in plaster. Broken and mended, one large flake chipped from outside of body. Extensive strain-cracks. Incipient brown enamellike coating in places, but much of surface retains its pristine sheen.
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
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