Red figured oinochoe
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) and a younger Cupid. The handle is decorated with two faces on both ends. Handmade and hand painted with the ancient technique of reduction.