AN ITALO-CORINTHIAN BLACK-FIGURED OLPE
circa 570 b.c.
With four bands of animals all moving to the right, rosettes in the field, the top register with a swan, a lion and a stag, the second with a stag, a swan, two goats and a panther, the third with two stags, a lion, a stag, a boar, and a lion, and the bottom register with six lions, the registers divided by black, red and white bands, with rays above the foot, and rosettes on the neck and the rotellae
17 in. (43.18 cm) high