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Exact museum reproduction of a fine ancient Greek Minoan ritual Rhyton more information on Minoan pottery Our Greek pottery items are handmade in Greece in a small family workshop using natural quality materials superb craftsmanship and attention to detail They are licensed and modeled after
Mycenaean, about 1300-1200 BC From Tomb 83, Enkomi, Cyprus In the ‘Pictorial Style’ This vase is a fine example of Mycenaean Pictorial Style pottery. It is decorated with a well-observed scene from nature, showing a cattle egret removing a tick from the hide of a bull. On the other side of the vase is a bull with a bird in the air above it.
Unusual ritual vessel with sigmoid handles and coloured decoration with spirals and helmets. Tomb at Isopata Knossos, Final Palatial period (1450-1400 BC). Heraklion Archaeological Museum. The 2nd image is an artistic representation of the vessel from “Τhe Sir Arthur Evans archive”.
Gold ring with a depiction of the goddess with a griffin from Phourni, which is the archaeological site of an ancient Minoan cemetery in Crete. The cemetery at Phourni was in use from Early Minoan II to late Minoan IIIC - over one thousand years.