Αττικός δίγλωσσος αμφορέας - Bilingual belly amphora type A -The different style makes it hard to attribute this vase, but it might be this way: Potted by Andokides - side A by Andokides Painter, side B by Lysippides Painter.
A GREEK POTTERY SKYPHOS LATE GEOMETRIC PERIOD, CIRCA 760-735 B.C. The handle zone with two water birds flanked by vertical lines and dotted rosettes, centered by false spirals on one side and a crosshatched column on the other, zigzag on the neck, horizontal bands below, the twin ribbon handles with vertical lines 6 in. (15.2 cm.) diameter excluding handles
The Greeks used psykters to chill the wine at a symposium or drinking party. Wine diluted with water was poured into the psykter, whose wide bulbous body was then floated inside a larger vessel filled with snow or cold water.