Description The playful inventiveness of the Cypriot potters is seen in this distinctive water jug. It is both functional and beautiful. The body of the jug looks like a barrel lying on its side. The style appears only during the Iron Age.
Provenance Mrs. Samuel C. Lamport, New York, [date and mode of acquisition unknown]; Walters Art Museum, 1952, by gift of the estate of Mrs. Samuel C. Lamport.
Credit Gift of the estate of Mrs. Samuel C. Lamport, 1952.
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