Cypriot ceramic bowl with banded and ring decoration, 700-450 B.C.

The ceramic work of Cyprus is, learning from Ancient Greece, even more refined and developed than that of the Greeks, characterized by its smoothness and sinuous forms. They are common in ceramic pastes, although much rarer typologically decorated. This bowl is typologically very beautiful, combining curved and sinuous lines with more geometric areas, its semi-globular shape is accentuated by the concentric circles of its decoration and two handles outlined on its body.


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