From:UC Teece Museum of Classical Antiquities
Name/TitleFragment of a 'Fruit-Stand'
About this objectA small fragment believed to be from a standard dish or 'fruit-stand', used in a domestic setting. The piece is polished clay, white on the inside and painted with a brown-black and red paint. The dot motifs are rosette decoration. The piece is perhaps from one of the homes destroyed by King Alyattes in ca. 600 BC in Smyrna.
Date Madeca. 625 - 600 BC
Place NotesFound in Smyrna.
Medium and MaterialsCeramic; Pottery
Style and IconographyArchaic
Style and IconographyEast Greek
MeasurementsLength 32mm; Width ca 30mm.
Named CollectionThe James Logie Memorial Collection, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Credit LineDonated by J.K. Anderson, 1969
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