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Kylix has a broad mouth and a shallow body raised on a stem from a foot with two horizontal handles disposed symmetrically. The interior base of the cup was the primary surface for painted decoration. It was used during the Classical age and replaced by the Skyphos in the Hellenistic years.
Attic Red figure, 540 B.C. Genuine copy of exekias painter from Archaeological museum, Athens.
Weight: 1130gr,Height: 12cm,Width: 32cm,Depth: 22cm
( Measurements and figures may vary because each object is unique and handmade)