FIVE MYCENAEAN POTTERY VESSELS
Circa 13th Century B.C.
Including a squat alabastron with three loop handles and U-shaped motifs on the shoulder; a stirrup jar with a biconical body, twin conjoined handles and a side spout; a three-handled piriform jar with a frieze of cross-hatching on the shoulder; a two-handled globular flask; and a second stirrup jar with a bulbous body, similar in decoration to the first
3 7/8 in. (9.8 cm) high for the largest (5)
Fine Antiquities, Christie's London, 25 April 2001, lot 283