Black-glazed kylix of shallow curved bowl with a broad inset lip, slightly concave on the outside. The cup is standing on a characteristic thick spreading ring foot.
Dense black glaze, concentric circles and thin red wash on the reserved bottom.
For the discussion of the type as a whole cf. pp. 101-102 in: B. Sparkes, L. Talcott. The Athenian Agora. Vol. 12. Princeton 1970.
Athens, Inset Lip Class, 480-470 BC
D. 16.6 cm (6.5 in), W. over handles 22.8 cm (9 in)
One handle reattached, otherwise intact and fine. Brilliant black glaze, one handle area partially peeled off.
Swiss private collection. In family possession before 1968.
The authenticity of the item is unconditionally guaranteed.