Greek kylix or cylix cup, intact and is a scarce type. This kylix cup was used to drink wine and is classified as "Xenon ware" which derives its name from a kantharos that is now seen in Frankfurt that bears the inscription "Xenon." Decorated with a band of laurel leaves on the outer and inner surfaces of the vessel with the inner surface centering on a leaping hare motif within two framing concentric circles. Dated circa 450 B.C.E.
Ex. Robert Novak Collection, St. Louis, Missouri, USA.Height: 2 in x width: 9 3/4 in x diameter: 7 1/4 in.
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