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A rhyton (plural rhytons or, following the Greek plural, rhyta) is a container from which fluids were intended to be drunk, or else poured in some ceremony such as libation.
The English word rhyton originates in the ancient Greek word ῥυτόν (rhŭtón).
The conical rhyton form was known in the Aegean region since the Bronze Age; i.e., the 2nd millennium BC.
However, it was by no means confined to there. Similar in form to, and perhaps originating from, the drinking horn, it has been widespread over Eurasia since prehistoric times.

from -> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhyton
Inspired by the Classical Athenian pottery (ca. 1600 B.C.), wheel thrown, in terracotta, baked for one time at 1500 degrees Celsius and painted with colors for ceramics.
It comes with a base to stand for display. (the one that is pictured in photos #2, #3)

It measures approximately 18 cm ( 7 inches) high and 11 cm (4,3 inches) wide. It is ceramic.
The measurements of the base are: 18cm ( 7 inches) high, the diameter of the hole is 8,5 cm (3,3 inches), and the distance between the legs of the base is 15 cm (5,9 inches).

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Classical Athenian pottery Inspired Ceramic Rhyton

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