Corinth Object: C 1937 3
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Object
Name:   C 1937 3
Category Code:   C
Year:   1937
Object Number:   3
Description:   Low ring foot, deep body with convex curve rising to maximum diameter, curving into offset flaring low rim. Two horizontal bandhandles with widened rounded ends, at shoulder.
Decoration:   Lower two thirds of body glazed with three groups of three reserved lines. Handle zone reserved with: two groups of 7 vertical lines at ends, on either side of vertical band filled with horizontal chevron. Central part divided into two unequal horizontal bands, separated by three stripes: upper band, vertical zigzags; lower band vertical chevrons. Two stripes around rim. Groups of 7 short strokes on lip. Handles: thick black line along edges, filling vertical lines.
Material:   Very light buff clay with slight pinkish tint. Glaze fired red to black.
Condition:   Complete profile. Complete except for a few pieces.
Dimensions Preserved:   H. 0.225, M.D. 0.30 m.
Period:   Geometric (900/875-720)
Bibliography:   Corinth VII.i p. 26 #74., AJA. 1941, p.31, fig. 1b., Beusm, ECWorkshops. p.13: C-1937-001 Shop
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Publication: Weinberg, Corinth 7.1, 1943
Image: bw 1963 001 08
Image: bw 2002 010 04a
Notebook Page: NB 162, spread 12 (pp. 6 - 7)