Condition: New, Handmade in Greece Diameter: 12 cm - 4,7 inches Weight: 110 g Material: clay, paint, ceramic, terracotta
The Geometric period marked the end of Greece's Dark Age and lasted from 900 to 700 BCE. The Geometric period derives its name from the dominance of geometric motifs in vase painting. Meander was the most important symbol in Ancient Greece, symbolizing infinity or the eternal flow of things. It is considered that there is a connection with the Cretan labyrinth – the meander is the figure of a labyrinth in linear form.