Mycenaean stirrup jar
Mycenaean stirrup jar (also known as false-neck amphora because the vertical neck is closed and the liquid was poured through a side spoute) 1200 BC. These vessels were used for storing and transporting oil and wine. It is decorated very plainly with a chess board pattern, flowers, and dots. Handmade and handpainted in our workshop with the ancient technique of reduction.
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