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    • 4,100.00
    • Classic period oinochoe 540 BC red-figured art. The vase features Dionysus, holding a staff and a Kylix, between two columns. On one side we see the inscription "ΔΙΟΝΥΣΟΣ ΚΑΛΟΣ" which means that Dionysus is beautiful. On the back, ΕΧΕΚΙΑΣ Μ ΕΠΟΙΕΣΕΝ ΚΑΛΟΣ which means that the vase was made by the famous potter EXEKIAS. At the bottom of the frame,…
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    • 190.00
    • Corinthian period oinochoe (650 BC). Decorated with many different animals such as lions, lionesses, boars, wild goats and a dense decoration of flowers among them. The vase has been coated with a special patina which gives it an older look. Handmade and handpainted excusively with the ancient technique of reduction.
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    • 2,250.00
    • Geometric period Oenochoe 750 BC. The vase is densely decorated with geometric patterns (meanders and spirals) and has four themes. The main one on the front, is a warrior on his chariot, on the two side women dancing, and the one at the back right below the handle the head of a horse. The details on all four pictures have…
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    • 1,325.00
    • Red figured oinochoe (wine pitcher. The word derives from the Greek word ΟΙΝΟΣ) dates 5th century BC. The case features a festive scene with many gods and goddesses. From left to right we see Adonis (the most beautiful young man in Greek mythology), Hestia (goddess) of household), Eros (Cupid, God of love), Hera (Goddess of the family, wife of Zeus)…
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