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A GREEK BRONZE MIRROR
A GREEK BRONZE MIRROR

LATE ARCHAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 550-500 B.C.

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A GREEK BRONZE MIRROR
LATE ARCHAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 550-500 B.C.
Cast in one piece, the disc plain, the handle with incised decoration, with standing draped female figure facing left, wearing a long chiton, her right hand raised and holding a flower, her long hair bound with a fillet, flanking scrolls at the merge with the disc, the circular terminal with a six-petalled rosette
11 3/8 in. (29 cm.) long
Provenance
with Galerie Simone de Monbrison, Paris.
Henri Paricaud (1919-1999), Paris, acquired prior to 1984; and thence by descent to the present owner (cf. lots 74, 99 and 101).

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