Model originally from: Italian coast
Antiquity: II - I Century B.C.
Use: For transporting oil
Size: 50x30 cm Weight: 5.8 Kg
It is a Replication of ancient amphora, reproduced with great fidelity, it is an amphora found in shipwrecks. A ceramic pieces grow old for 2 years under the sea.
The amphorae acquire a natural coverage flora and fauna giving it an appearance of more than 2000 years old. Each piece is unique and unrepeatable accompanying witha certificated number.
The iron stand is not included
Amphora based on the Dressel 28 type that was produced from the end of the Augustus period in the 1st century BC up to the first half of the 2nd century AD. This type of amphorae were made in the Guadalquivir Valley in Baetica (Andalusia), in places like Hospital de las Cinco Llagas or La Venta del Carmen, on the coastline of the province. They were also made in France, where a kiln was found that was used to make this type of amphorae in Velaux (Bouches-du-Rhône).
Certified and exclusive amphorae: Since each is a unique piece, each piece indolent a certificated number with a plaque that certifies their origin and a parchment with historical information about this amphora model.
Special packaging: For a total safety and protection in transportation the amphorae are packed in plastic bubble Instapak®