Measurements: 14.5 cm – height, 10.5 cm - width


Description: An imposing wheel-made Phoenician geometric bichrome flask, the so-called pilgrim’s flask with red and black pigment. The vessel has a lentoid globular body, a narrow neck, slightly flaring rim and a pair of opposing handles from the shoulders to centre of the neck. The flask is made of coarse, buff clay and decorated with concentric circles in red and black paint.


References: The British Museum


Period: 1050 - 750 BC


Condition: Very fine, intact. Minor crazing and chipping to the surface.

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