AN ETRUSCO-CORINTHIAN TERRACOTTA ALABASTRON
Catalog:Pottery:Greek: stock #795698
c. 5th Century B.C.
in conical form with wide base and slender neck, decorated with a band of 3 running felines at base and alternating orange and maroon bands above. Lobed ring on neck beneath widened, flat rim with small, strap handle. Repaired from four original pieces.
6.4 inches (15.5 cms) high
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The alabastron (pl. alabastra) is a long-bodied vessel, with a flat disk for the mouth and a rounded bottom used for the holding perfumes. Examples of the shape have been found in a range of materials, including alabaster and glass.