- Museum number
Fragment (mended from numerous fragments with added plaster) of Attic black-figured pottery kantharos, consisting of handle, cul, and bowl with top of stem; interior glazed black with five bands in added red (two on bowl of bowl; three on cul, the outermost double); exterior: handle glazed black, concave with band in red on each side; at right of handle, corner of garment, to right with incised pattern; on cul, palmette festoon (red, some faded, on collars, alternating fronds, tear-shaped hearts and triangles between volutes) between bands of double and treble dots framed by triple lines; below, double rays, and band in red at top of stem.
- Production date
- 550BC (circa)
Thickness: 0.15 - 0.30 centimetres
Height: 11.50 centimetres (circa)
Width: 6.80 centimetres (circa)
- Curator's comments
- The sherd belongs to the same vessel as British Museum 1965,0930.795, 1965,0930.796 and 1965,0930.797 and is referred to in the Beazley Archive, vase number 15167.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
- Registration number
- Joined objects
Associated Group: G16612 (4 objects)