Corinthian pottery of the 7th and early 6th centuries BC is noted for its rich ochre colouring and its depiction of mythical or actual animals and birds. This one depicts a pair of birds: cockerel and goose. The alabastron was a perfume holder, usually attached to the wrist by its neck with a piece of leather.
Corinthian alabastron - cockerel and goose
- Code: VO-208
- Status: In Stock
- excl tax: £25.00