Ancient Greek Guttos

The ‘guttos’ was a particular type of ancient Greek pottery pouril vessel, which featured a ring handle at its back. Vases of this kind were often used for filling oil lamps. They were moulded with decorative depictions, often of gods or goddesses.

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