|Collection:||Malibu, The J. Paul Getty Museum|
|Summary:||Exterior: Gilt garlands suspended from bucrania.|
|Ware:||South Italian Black Glaze|
|Date:||ca. 400 BC - ca. 301 BC|
H. 20.4 cm., d. mouth 17.5 cm., d. foot 9.6 cm.
The exterior rim is inscribed with a dedication to Kastor and Polydeukes. Both sides of the vessel are decorated with gilt garlands hanging from bukrania. The spaces above the garlands are filled with stars, and the offset between bowl and calyx is marked with a running wave pattern. Two raised bands encircle the stem, while three bands appear on the foot. Pellets inside the hollow lip rattle when the vessel is tilted.
The rim is inscribed with a dedication to Kastor and Polydeukes,
Los Angeles art market.