Description: A good-sized Corinthian alabastron of typical form with disc lip and small pierced lug below the lip for suspension. The decoration comprises a series of umber bands below the neck and above the base, with a series of panels in between, each containing a central umber dot surrounded by a single ring of dots. An oblique fracture below the neck repaired and with a rather dirty patina.
Size: 120 mm/4.7 ins. high
Date: c. 600 B.C.
Provenance: Ex Dorset private collection.
Supplied with a perspex ring stand.