|Collection:||Johns Hopkins University Museum, Baltimore|
|Summary:||Tondo: youth carrying money bag before a group of pots.|
|Ware:||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter:||Signed by Phintias|
|Date:||ca. 520 BC - ca. 510 BC|
H. 0.07 m., D. rim 0.185 m., D. base 0.074 m.
Tondo bordered by narrow reserved band. A youth stands in right profile, a mantle thrown over his left shoulder, exposing only right shoulder and breast. He wears a vine wreath in his hair. He leans forward with a money bag in his left hand, leaning against a staff. He stretches his right hand out towards a group of pots, including a large skyphos, an amphora set on a stand, and a kylix in the neck of the amphora. Behind him is a stool, from which he has just risen. Inscribed in field: