created on 2019-07-05
Created on 2024-02-06
This image depicts an ancient ceramic vessel with two handles. The vase has a somewhat bulbous body that tapers smoothly into a narrow neck, ending with a flared lip at the top. The background is light and neutral, providing a clear contrast to the vase's coloring and design.
The vase body features a symmetrical pattern with dark, bold, meandering and spiral motifs on a lighter background. These decorative elements are reminiscent of natural forms or stylized eyes and give the impression of motion. Horizontal banding adorns the neck and the base of the body.
The handles are small, looped, and attached to the widest part of the vessel, giving practical means for holding or carrying the vase. The overall condition of the vase appears well-preserved with minor chips and wear, suggesting its historical and archaeological significance. The style of the decoration suggests it may originate from a specific cultural or historical context, potentially an ancient civilization renowned for pottery and ceramics.