REPRODUCTION ART No. 7 Kylix ETRUSCO IN BUCCHERO
This is an artistic reproduction of a terracotta kylix ETRUSCO in BUCCHERO. This replica is made entirely by hand, turned and engraved by local artists. To get this result is cooked in twice with ancient techniques that the master potters of the place have managed to discover after many attempts to reproduce these vessels.
They are also coated hand artificially to give the effect of "old" object, decorations although imitate the originals of the vases found in Etruscan tombs of Cerveteri, are the result of the work and talent of each master potter, and each work is unique and different.
The kylix (κύλιξ, κύλικες plural kylikes) is a ceramic wine cup, the use of which, in ancient Greece, is attested from the sixth century A.C.
Typical artifact of simposiaci kits, cup libation and drunk and object of fun entertainment in kottabos, reached the height of the spread from the end of the sixth century remained in vogue until the fourth century BC, when the Kantaros, the elegant glass volute of the Dionysian ritual, which took its place as the most popular wine cup. (Source Wikipedia)
The BUCCHERO is not a quality of purified clay, but a cooking technique that was done only in Etruria. It was to play in clay pots that were metal, giving it with black the feeling of having metal objects, much more expensive and highly regarded in the ancient world.
This reproduction of Kylix is 5 cm high, with a foot of 4.2 cm and a diameter of 11.5 cm, with two handles and geometrical graffiti in almost the entire surface of the vase with artificial patina handmade, like everything rest.
This is a unique piece, completely machined, graffiti, cooked and glazed by hand.
This reproduction traveling with a certificate issued by our shop where it is certified that this vessel is an artistic reproduction of a vase in Etruscan bucchero, attestation, there are photos of the vessel, the day of purchase and the number of tax receipt or invoice (on request).