Replica of a black- figure amphorae from an attic workshop (520-510 BC). On the one side goddess Athena is depicted in amor, on a fast- moving chariot with four horses. On the other side there is a representation of a chariot, ridden by the driver and a male figure, probably the owner. The decoration refers either to the warlike qualities and the fighting virtues of the goddess, who guarantees the security of the city, or to Athena's relationship with horses.
Ceramic replica made according to the original ancient technique
The fragility of the item requires the production of specially made protective packaging, and thus has higher shipping costs.