The bucket from Keldby was made around 300 BCE. There have been various suggestions as to how it is made. One of the theories is that its origin is in Corinth, near Athens, it may come from the workshops of the Greek colony of Taranto in southern Italy - or perhaps from one of the many Greek colonies on the Black Sea. Some have argued that it is produced by the Etruscans under Greek influence. In all cases it shows the beautifully crafted palmette ornament, which almost forms whirls. These indicate Greek-inspired craftsmanship. The Greek world was great back then, with colonies and cities almost everywhere in the Mediterranean and Black Sea. The name "Keldby-bucket" may sound a bit dry and sad. It is easy to think of a bucket. But it is far more inspiring than its name. We are facing a beautiful Greek bronze vessels, which in the south is used as containers for wine in celebration and drinking. A servant has carried the bucket in the handles, and with ladles wine was poured into drinking pots.