Jug card

Courtesy of National Museums Liverpool, World Museum

Jug

1977.114.9

Currently not on display

Information

A small jug known as an oinochoe. The body is short and globular and a flar base with a three foiled mouth. The side handle is like a strap from the shoulder of the jug and ending to the rim. The overall slips is black with some areas showing a reddish undelayer. The shoulder has Incised vertical lines as decoration while the area above the base has a band of vertical drop shaped patterns, most of them painted black and some in red. In the lower part of the body there is one round area where the clay hollows but the overall condition of the jug is very good