In many black and red figure pottery (6th-5th century BC) we can trace various quivers in many shapes and typologies. Some of them are simple and some other more complicated. The reconstructed quiver has been based on a Classical Athenian pottery depiction (5th century BC).
The one side (the frontal side) has been covered with ridged bronze round-end scales (around 200 hand made hammered scales). The opposite side is being consisted by a sole copper sheet with a decorative spiral pattern in the middle and two bronze casted Scythian-like deers on the top and on the below round end. The sides have been made by thick leather riveted directly to the bronze skeleton. Four bronze suspensions rings are available for various holdings positions and combinations. The dimensions of the quiver is 62x 18 cm. Construction materials: bronze, copper and leather. It have been made by the creator Dimitrios Katsikis.