A Greek stamnos is a red figure wide-mouthed jar with an offset neck, often lidded, and usually has two handles. The stamnos was used like a krater for mixing wine and water.
Like an amphora, the vase was also used as a general storage jar for liquids and small food stuffs. Getty.
2002.230 Working Title/Artist: “Penelope Unraveling Her Work at Night” Department: Am. Decorative Arts Culture/Period/Location: HB/TOA Date Code: Working Date: 1886 photographed by mma in 2001, transparency 5 scanned by photo studio in 2005 (file name: ADA426.TIF)
Dora Wheeler (1856–1940) Metmuseum.