For similar examples see no. 129, p. 223 in von Bothmer, et al., Antiquities from the Collection of Christos G. Bastis, and no. 25, p. 39 in Jucker, Italy of the Etruscans. Both authors concede that the type is difficult to attribute without a known find-spot, as they "belonged to a type of situla common from Gaul to southern Russia" (Jucker, p. 39, op. cit.). Jucker adds that the majority are from Etruria, where she believes they were manufactured. Von Bothmer, however, (p. 223, op. cit.) leaves it ambiguous by assigning the Bastis one as "Etruscan or Greek."