Stirrup-handle jar in the form of an owl with a fat body. The face, plastically rendered, is painted buff color; the rest of the body is red and burnished.

Vessel, c. 200 BCE - 600 CE

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The William Hood Dunwoody Fundexpand_more  44.41.8

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Vessel
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Artist
Dimension
7 3/4 in. (19.69 cm)
Accession Number
44.41.8
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Stirrup-handle jar in the form of an owl with a fat body. The face, plastically rendered, is painted buff color; the rest of the body is red and burnished.