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Aota (meaning “earless” in Greek) were the most simple form of drinking vessel in Ancient Greece in the 5th century B.C.
Greek Attic Red figure terracotta, 430 B.D. Genuine copy from Harvard’s University Art Museum.
Gold grapes on a vineyard.
Weight: 140gr,Height: 8cm,Width: 9cm,Depth: 9cm
( Measurements and figures may vary because each object is unique and handmade)