Greek artifacts in a wall frame
Pottery shard in a black and brown frame. Potters could be found in a part of Athens known as the Kerameikos, or Pottersí Quarter. They got their clay from the quarries at Cape Colias, and mixed it with ochre or vermilion to color it yellow or red, and turned it on simple wheels. Molded articles were then dried in the sun and specialized painters decorated them by hand.
Blue glass lidded rosewater pitcher with gold gilding, white linear and dotted designs with a portrait of a King on both sides.
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