All in all, 12 vessel-shaped bronze sculptures have been placed on the crest of a small tree-covered hill in an otherwise flat landscape. Their exterior surface is rough and they seem to be growing up out of the ground. At the top they feature a seal with a polished, smooth surface that reflects light and landscape. They vary in shape and height.
They are modeled on profile drawings and reconstructions of vessels from the Neolithic Period (about 4200 – 2800 BCE). However, the newer vessel-sculptures have been much enlarged in comparison to their prototypes. The scale measurements are engraved into the shiny, polished-flat surface sealing the top of each.
During archaeological excavations carried out in this area traces of a prehistoric settlement were found.click here for more information