It is characterized by its high-swung handles, which extend above the lip of the pot. It is related to the worship of Dionysus, the ancient Greek God of wine, who was very frequently depicted holding it.
Attic red figure, 485 B.C. Genuine copy from museum of fine arts, Boston.
It is attributed to Vrigous Painter. It depicts Zeus chasing young Ganimidis
by Rentzoulas Antreas, silver and goldsmiths.
Weight: 222gr, Height: 16cm, Width: 17cm, Depth: 11cm
( Measurements and figures may vary because each object is unique and handmade)