Corinthian pottery of the 7th and early 6th centuries BC is noted for its rich ochre colouring and its depiction of mythical or living animals and birds.

This oinochoe (or 'wine pouring vessel') is decorated with a band of three grazing ibex and a siren (mythical beast with the head of a woman on a winged body).

Hand-painted for us in Greece.

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dimensions Height: 10cm Diameter at widest point: 8.5cm

Corinthian oinochoe with siren and ibex

  • Code: VO-214
  • Status: In Stock
  • £40.00

  • excl tax: £33.33