Well, sort of.
This one is titled "Terracotta Stirrup Jar with Octopus." Mycenaean, dating from 1200-1100 BC, it's survived a very long time and still looks to be in good condition. And the octopus looks as though it belongs in Sesame Street. So, I thought it was kind of adorable.
The text at the source reads as follows:
The shape takes its name from the configuration of the spout and the two attached handles. Such jars were commonly used to transport liquids. Mycenaean artists adopted the marine motifs from Minoan antecedents.
Derived from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.