A CORINTHIAN BLACK-FIGURED OINOCHOE WITH LID
circa 610-590 b.c.
The body with two registers of animals and monsters, the upper with a siren in the center facing right between a pair of sirens and a pair of panthers with their heads turned frontal, the lower register with a ram between two panthers with their heads turned frontal, together with two groups of a panther facing a goat, both registers with rosettes in the field; a triple row of dots dividing the registers, with rays above the foot, a broad black band above, the neck, handle and lid also in black
10 in. (25.4 cm) high