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Proto-Corinthian 'olpe' with registers of lions, bulls, ibex and sphinxes, c. 640-30 BC, Louvre

Loutrophoros attributed to the Painter Analatos 700-680 BC Manufacture: Athens. Height 81cm. Louvre, Museum, Paris.

Pitcher (oinochoe).Dated 740–730 B.C. Dimensions Height: 33.1 cm (13 1/16 in.) Medium Ceramic Collections The Ancient World Classifications Vessels Culture Greek Place of Manufacture Boiotia, Greece Period Late Geometric Period

*Bronze Age* Etruscan Pottery C.1700BC CRETE (the largest and most populous of the Greek islands)

China, Ancient Chinese Neolithic Pottery painted with brown swirl and dots motif, Neolithic period ca. 3500 BC.

Chinese Banshan Neolithic Pottery Jar. Banshan was a phase of the Chinese Neolithic Yangshao culture, circa 2600 BC to 2300 BC. The Banshan site is in Guanghe County, Gansu.

Decorated pottery askos (Etruscan) - Daunian, about 350-325 BC, from Canosa, Puglia, Italy

Ten of the most common decorative ornaments used in ancient Greek pottery. These were used principally on the outer edges of the pottery wares and also on the neck, foot and around handles.


White Bird Lantern

LOVE this! White Bird Lantern from Lee Wolfe Pottery

Lucie Rie