In the pottery of ancient Greece, a kylix is the most common type of wine-drinking cup. The primary use for the kylix was drinking wine (usually mixed with water, and sometimes other flavorings) at a symposium or male “drinking party” in the ancient Greek world, so they are often decorated with scenes of a humorous, light-hearted, or sexual nature that would only become visible when the cup was drained.
In Ancient Greece, the Gorgoneion was a special apotropaic amulet showing the Gorgon head, used most famously by the Olympian deities Athena and Zeus.
HANDMADE – HAND PAINTED IN GREECE
Height: 8 cm (3.14 inches)
Width (without handles): 21 cm (8.2 inches)
Width (With handles): 28 cm (11 inches)
Net Weight: 650 gr (1.4 lb)
Material: Clay – Genuine Ceramic