From:Teece Museum of Classical Antiquities
About this objectMinoan Barbotine jug with single handle and spout. Upper body, neck and mouth are decorated in bands and dots through the application of coloured slips, and the use of barbotine technique which creates a random raised relief effect.
Date Madeca. 2000-1900 BC
PeriodMiddle Minoan I
Place NotesBarbotine was most popular in southern and central Crete.
Medium and MaterialsCeramic; Pottery
Style and IconographyMinoan
MeasurementsHeight (to lip) 13.2cm; Diameter 11.4cm
Named CollectionThe James Logie Memorial Collection, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Credit LineDonated by M.K. Steven
Object TypeFood Service Vessels
Copyright LicenceAll rights reserved