The present example belongs to a class of decorated bowls that were widely diffused in antiquity and have been found as far east as Assyria and as far west as Etruria. They are usually attributed to Phoenician craftsmanship and may have been manufactured in workshops abroad. Several examples have been found in Cyprus and it has been suggested that their production was centered there. For related examples and more on the subject see p. 436ff. in Moscati, The Phoencians and p. 180ff. in Karageorghis, et al., Ancient Art from Cyprus, The Cesnola Collection in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Special thanks to Julia Jarrett for the drawing.