Our painting on the vase (side A) is based on the Griffin Fresco from the throne room, palace of Knossos, Crete, (1700-1450 BCE).
Side A: Griffin, also spelled griffon or gryphon, composite mythological creature with a lion’s body (winged or wingless) and a bird’s head, usually that of an eagle.
Side B: Labrys – In ancient Crete, the double axe was an important sacred symbol of the supposed Minoan religion. In Crete it never accompanies male gods, only female goddesses. It seems that it was the symbol of the arche of the creation (Mater-arche).
AGED LOOK STYLE – THE SURFACE IS ROUGH
MADE IN GREECE – HANDMADE – HAND PAINTED
Height: 25,5 cm (10 inches)
Width: 24 cm (9.45 inches)
Net Weight: 1,7 kgr (3.75 lb)
Material: Clay – Genuine Ceramic