A collection of wooden tops of Spinning Ancient Greek Vases is here to familiarize you with the Ancient Greek tradition through 4 different selections. Each design represents an exact duplication of Amphora, Krater, Lekythos and Stamnos that were mainly types of Greek pottery used to store or carry liquids of water, oil and wine, during the Ancient Greek period. Each spinning top is composed of carefully selected materials and colors of high quality, contains a longer wooden handle on top and comes with a display base fitting.
Krater: Krater was used for watering down wine during the symposiums and it was handled by the symposiarch or “Lord of the common drink”, whose authority was the dilution and distribution of wine.
Size: 4.8/4.8/7.5 cm | 2/2/3 inch