A CORINTHIAN BLACK-FIGURE OENOCHOE
archaic period, circa 600-575 b.c.
With a broad bottom, strap handle and trefoil lip, the thin neck bisected by a raised "collar," the dome-shaped body with two bands, the upper with two birds, two sirens, and a swan, the lower with two lions, a ram, a bull, a panther, and a swan, rosettes and dots in the field, rays above the foot, dotted rosettes in white on the neck and lip, a band of white dots on the rim
7.3/8 in. (18.7 cm.) high