Terracotta side-spouted jug


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 171

This shape, sometimes referred to as a teapot with an exaggerated spout, was one of the most characteristic of the Early Minoan II period on Crete.

Terracotta side-spouted jug, Terracotta, Minoan

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