Terracotta Juglet with Trefoil Mouth


A neat juglet made in Cyprus during the Hellenistic period; it features a trefoil mouth and a short, curved handle. There is a ring around the neck, where it meets the base of the handle.

Date: Circa 323 - 31 BC
Condition: In fair condition; signs of ageing and encrustations on the surface.


SKU: EH-095 Category: Tags: ,

As a result of Alexander’s conquest, Cyprus was freed from Persian rule and permitted to exist as an independent state. Throughout the Hellenistic age, however, Cyprus was fought over by each of Alexander’s successors as a strategically-sound geographical location.

Weight 151.9 g
Dimensions W 7 x H 12.5 cm



Pottery and Porcelain