Museum Quality replica of Greek vases. US$1,398

Museum Quality replica of Greek vases.
Museum Quality replica of Greek vases.
Museum Quality replica of Greek vases.
Museum Quality replica of Greek vases.

Listed Price

$1,398
approx. $1,398
approx. €1.280,29
approx. AED5 134,85
approx. $1,975.88
approx. $1,862.62
approx. CHF1,277.97
approx. ¥9,425.46
approx. £1,134.30
approx. HK$10 961,33
approx. kn9.651,12
approx. $26,219.38
approx. kr13.958,29
approx. RUB98 036,47
approx. kr14 567,35
approx. ฿46,023.56
approx. R24,018.15
approx. $41,663.90
approx. ₱76,045.61
approx. Kč30 444,86
approx. ₨61,791.60
approx. $1,834.25
approx. $1,165.03
approx. $1.103.931
approx. B/.1,398
approx. $2,796
approx. ₹114,307.74
approx. ¥180,703.66
approx. $3,778.16
approx. $2,170.35
approx. £1,134.30
approx. R$7.094,43
approx. ₪4,824.99
approx. ر.ع.538.170
approx. zł6 029,70
approx. $3,016.25
approx. $6.512.950,45
approx. Fr152,780
approx. $1,398
approx. ر.ق5,120.63
approx. ₡770.989,63
approx. Ft499 751,83
approx. د.م.14,223.07
approx. kr.9.524,97
approx. $1,398
approx. ₨511,625.49
approx. ₺26.292,37
approx. RM5,957.58
approx. ر.س5,245.99
approx. ₩1 716 002,20
approx. $2 817,74
approx. ₲10 305 266,40
approx. Rp20.929.654,11
approx. $79,274.29
approx. J$214.654,82
approx. J$42.221,14
approx. Fr839,816.69
approx. ₦643,806.96
approx. DT4 263,90
approx. РСД150,244.85
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Details

  • Location: Meridian charter Township, Michigan, United States
  • Address: 172 W Sherwood Rd, Okemos, MI 48864, USA

Description

Euphronios Krater
(Sarpedon) krater
The very instant former Met Museum director Thomas Hoving first laid eyes on the
magnificent Greek vase, he knew he was looking at a treasure that would rock the art world to its very foundations.
“Most [art] is kind of routine,” Hoving says, in a recent feature for Artnet magazine.
“Decent, but not unique samplers of whatever culture. Footnotes.” But… “A tiny handful are real masterworks… these are the ones that will last forever. They are works that’ll change your life when you see them for the first time and will addict
you for the rest of your life.”
Thomas Hoving was fully aware that the vase the world would come to know as the Euphronios krater was just such a piece. He also had a sneaking suspicion it had been stolen…
Most art devotees are unaware that the Euphronios krater is actually the genius of two masters: potter Euxitheos and painter Euphronios. Pottery was so common in Ancient Greece (the Euphronios krater dates back to 515 BC) that potters rarely signed their work. The presence of both signatures indicates that even the artists
knew this krater was perhaps their finest moment.
Out of the 27 vases "Euphronios "painted in his lifetime, only the Euphronios krater remains.
Hoving believes that the "Euphronios krater" may be the greatest masterpiece on display in any of New York City’s museums. And that may be true – for now.
Hoving’s initial suspicions proved correct: the Euphronios krater was looted from an Etruscan tomb near Rome. In 2006, Metropolitan Museum of Art officials signed an agreement returning ownership to Italy.
Unfortunately for New York City, her finest masterpiece has been returned to Italy.
But you don’t need to hop on a plane to gaze in wonder at the Euphronios krater.
With a little help from Museum Replicas, you can enjoy a stunning replica – virtually indistinguishable from the vase that stunned Mr. Hoving in 1972 – in your home or office.
And unlike Mr. Hoving, you won’t have any doubts as to your vase’s legality. Like all artwork available from Museum Replicas, the Euphronios krater is safely in the public
domain. Your replica will be 100% legal and above-board. Of course, you can choose whether to reveal the secret, or to let your friends wonder…
The Euphronios krater is just one of dozens of Greek vases we faithfully reproduce at Museum Replicas. Every single piece is a replica of an actual historic vessel from a museum or other collection.
The original Euphronios krater was made for mixing strong wine and water – nearly 12 gallons worth. Your replica will be expertly crafted to the dimensions you choose.
As always, we use the methods and materials used by the original artists whenever possible. In this case, we’ll draw on traditions of pottery and painting that are over 2,500 years old.
The result? Museum quality workmanship you’ll be proud of and
that your friends will admire.
Al Greek vases are custom made by a master potter and known painter in Athens Greece.
It takes between 4 and 6 weeks to finish your vase.
The" Euphronios Calyx-Krater" : Symbol of Beautiful Sacrifice.
Size: 16” (40cm)

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172 W. Sherwood Rd
48864
Okemos
United States
Member since 2022
Responsible agent
Maria Tindemans