The ancient ancestors had a remarkable varieties of special vessels, which used both for mixing wine, maintaining, and for cooling before consumption. So we have:

Mixing wine with water

      • Crater, within this mixed wine with water. Over course of time there were so many variations and can be divided in several categories. But the main feature was the narrow base, wide body and two handles..
        • Levi, a deep and open vessel, usually without handles, with low neck and protruding lips. It was based on an independent basis or on a tripod. It served as the crater of the blending of wine.