Three-legged krater (large mixing bowl) [Π 8451]
Three-legged krater (large mixing bowl) with ovoid body, broad mouth, vertical rim and two vertical handles with elliptical cross-section; three plank-like legs with clay supports; pairs of impressed circles at junction of legs and body. Painted decoration worn at places; broad bands on lower body; on main body panels filled with geometrical motifs such as meander, herringbone pattern and crosshatched lozenges. Below rim pairs of plastic schematic birds, formed with added clay. Retrieved form a burial context at Astrikas, Kisamos. Geometrical.