Burnished red ware. Shape of stylized stag with long thrown-back neck, branched antlers and holes pierced through ears, Hole between ears and long open pouring spout replaces mouth. Cleaned by A.E. Parkinson ultrasonically followed by brushing. Cracks cemented with vinylseal. Interior is handmade with central disc visible as final piece added to rear flanks.
Ceramic, black. Rhyton in the shape of a saddled and bridled horse. Applied and incised ecoration. Small hole in center of chest. Spout in center of back on saddle. Broken and reapired. All fragments present. Disassembled winter of 1996 to establish that all fragments original and of the same object. Study of fragments showed that all were original and belonged to this object. Photographs of disassembled object and interior construction kept with conservation records in Conservation Department.