Main zone: file of water-fowl to right. Pomegranate-shaped with small stem perforated for suspension. No opening into vase.
By 1903: with Edward Perry Warren ([one of a group of eleven Dipylon vases 03.772-03.782] according to Warren's records: Bt. in Paris. All the Dipylon vases were said to have been found together, and were certainly found in Athens. [Also in Warren's records is the following note]: "I had seen them in a garden in Athens." J.M. [John Marshall]); purchased by MFA from Edward Perry Warren, March 24,1903
Francis Bartlett Donation of 1900
Greek, Late Geometric II Period, 735–700 B.C.